The official ratings for Disney Channel’s “Descendants 3” aren’t out yet, but the music is, and fans seemed to love the third installment on social media. Audrey, Mal, Hades, and Uma’s crew joined in on the action for the new original movie, which premiered over the weekend. Disney also set a digital and physical release date for the film, which is scheduled to release on August 6th.

You can order “Descendants 3” on digital right here on Prime Video and have it ready for release day. If you would like the retail version, you can find it right here on Amazon.

There are quite a few tracks this time around. You can find them right here on iTunes to burn through the rest of the summer.

The songs to look for include Good to Be Bad (Performed by Mal, Evie, Jay and Carlos) which opened the movie. This is the up-tempo dance anthem where the four VKs return to the Isle of the Lost. Antonina Armato, Tim James, Thomas Sturges and Adam Schmalholz wrote the song. Queen of Mean (Performed by Audrey) was the R&B ballad expressing Audrey’s jealousy and the revenge she seeks against the people of Auradon for turning their backs on her. Antonina Armato, Tim James, Thomas Sturges, Adam Schmalholz also wrote this track. Do What You Got to Do (Performed by Mal and Hades) was the duet between Mal and Hades, where the two faced off when Mal asked Hades for help. Jack Kugell, Hanna Jones, and Matt Wong wrote the song. Night Falls (Performed by the VK’s and Uma’s Crew) was part of the epic battle against enchanted knights that forces Mal and the VKs to team up with Uma and her pirate crew during the dance-off. Antonina Armato, Tim James, Thomas Sturges, and Adam Schmalholz were back on the scene to write this song. One Kiss (Performed by Evie) was told through an upbeat melody and dance moves, putting Evie in control of her relationship’s fate. Matt Tishler and Paula Winger wrote this song for the special. Then we have My Once Upon a Time (Performed by Mal), the ballad in which Mal faces many life-altering decisions that will ultimately affect Auradon, the Isle of the Lost, and her own destiny. David Goldsmith and John Kavanaugh wrote this song for Disney.

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