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Written and directed by Trey Edward Shults, Waves is a deeply moving and uncommonly audacious coming-of-age story. Set in south Florida, it follows two very different teenagers navigating life in a middle-class African-American household. Kelvin Harrison Jr. Credit: A She becomes timid and withdrawn until she bonds with Luke Lucas Hedges , a sympathetic senior with serious family issues of his own. Here, Shults explains how some key tunes made it onto the Waves soundtrack, a process which even involved him writing a personal letter to Frank Ocean. Credit: Getty. We use the studio version, a live version and kind of a club remix version. From the first time I heard this song, I was thinking of how it could work in this movie.
Skip navigation! Story from Music. It has been a while since Frank Ocean and Kanye West collaborated on something, but perhaps fans who miss their musical mixings can take solace in the soundtrack for the new movie Waves , as it features music from both Ocean and West as the backdrop of a very personal coming-of-age story. He expressed that the album is timeless for him, and that when he listens to it, he feels like he is hearing stories that everyone can relate to. Shults further explained in that same interview that the soundtrack was important to him as a storytelling device because of how much music influenced him growing up.