Warning: Spoilers for On My Block are ahead.
Between On My Block season 1 and season 2, the soundtrack is full of bangers — and we assembled them all for you. On My Block is a teen dramedy that takes place in Freeridge, a fictional majority Black and Latinx neighborhood in Los Angeles. The neighborhood is lower middle class with two rival gangs, the Santos and the Prophets, and our heroes are four high school freshmen who are trying to navigate puberty, gang violence, urban legends about heist money, first love, a very cool stoner grandma, and much more.
Naturally, On My Block’s soundtrack has a lot going on. There are familiar Gen-Z artists like Khalid, H.E.R. and Billie Eilish, Latin hip hop playing at Santos parties and in Santos cars, and salsa blasting from Abuelita’s bedroom. The music is perfectly timed to make us extra sad when Monse and Cesar break up and devastated when Jamal’s treasure hunt hits a dead end. Jasmine and Ruby’s legendary partner dances are heightened by the perfect soundtrack, as are Monse and Cesar’s make-up makeouts. And who could forget the hauntingly upbeat song that played when Latrelle rolled into Olivia’s quinceañera?