Million Dollar Dream

Album: Million Dollar Arm (2014)
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  • This motivational song about coming to America to realize your ambitions is a collaboration between soundtrack composer A.R. Rahman (Slumdog Millionaire), rapper Iggy Azalea and Bollywood playback singer, Sukhwinder Singh, who handles the hook.
  • The song plays during the end credits of the Disney baseball movie, Million Dollar Arm, which is based on the true story of Indian baseball pitchers Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel who were discovered by sports agent J.B. Bernstein after winning a reality show competition. The lyrics recap the plot of the film.
  • Rahman said to Rolling Stone of Azalea's contribution to the upbeat track. "It was fun to work with up and coming new talent like Iggy. She added a lot of zing to the Indian punjabish track we did for the movie."


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