'He's All That' Soundtrack: All the Music Featured in the Netflix Remake

TikTok star Addison Rae and Tanner Buchanan (of Cobra Kai fame) lead the cast of He's All That, the latest 1990s movie remake.

They take their leave from the classic movie She's All That, which was itself an adaptation of the famed play Pygmalion.

The new movie has been thrust into the modern day with Padgett Sawyer (played by Rae), an influencer who chronicles her entire life online for her followers.

Cameron Kweller (Buchanan), on the other hand, wants to keep his life private - so much so that he is considered a loser by the other kids at school thanks to his alternative attitude.

As in the first film starring Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachael Leigh Cook, Padgett takes on a bet to spruce Cameron up and make him Prom King, but ends up falling in love with him in the process.

Naturally, the new version has a modern soundtrack to reflect the times. However, there is one very important throwback from the original which appears in the movie: Sixpence None The Richer's "Kiss Me".

So, here's every song featured in the Netflix movie...

**WARNING: Ahead are some spoilers for He's All That.**

Key Songs From He's All That

There are two songs which take on a greater significance in the new movie, one of which first appeared in the original movie.

In the 1999 movie She's All That, the connections between Zack and Laney (Prinze and Leigh Cook) are accompanied by "Kiss Me" by Sixpence None The Richer. The song, and its presence in the movie, thrust the band into the mainstream, and has a special place in the hearts of film fans.

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In the 2021 remake, the song is played when Padgett leaves prom, and finds Cameron waiting for her outside to rekindle their relationship.

Her mother, played in a cameo performance by Rachael Leigh Cook, hears the song and quickly runs onto the dancefloor, exclaiming: "I think I know this song!"

This Easter egg is likely just for She's All That fans, but this version is a new one performed by Cyn, which has a club beat which eventually kicks in.

The second song with significance is "Teenage Dream" by Katy Perry, which is used in the karaoke scene.

Padgett performs the song at a karaoke party, but is thrown off her stride by the arrival of her cheating ex-boyfriend Jordan (Peyton Meyer) and his new girlfriend.

To save her from embarrassment, Cameron jumps on stage and the pair duet, leading to some favorable reviews on TIkTok.

Originally, the song discussed for this moment was "Since U Been Gone" by Kelly Clarkson, but the two stars decided for the Perry classic.

In press notes, Rae said: "'Teenage Dream' was kind of the one that really stuck with both of us, when Tanner [Buchanan] and I talked about it. We were like, 'This is just so perfect. We can't go with anything else.'"

Full He's All That Soundtrack:

  • "Carried Away" performed by Surf Mesa and Madison Beer
  • "Electric" performed by Katy Perry
  • "Mean Streets of Pali" performed by Kaz Gamble and Doug Ray
  • "Talk" performed by Boo Hag
  • "Go Bad" performed by Blu De Tiger
  • "Chain My Heart" performed by Topic featuring Bebe Rexha
  • "Stop Talkin'" performed by Valentino Khan featuring Alma
  • "ILY (I Love You, Baby)" performed by Surf Mesa featuring Emilee
  • "The Boy Is Mine" performed by Brandy and Monica
  • "Teenage Dream" performed by Katy Perry
  • "Jalebi Baby" performed by Tesher
  • "For a Minute" performed by WizTheMc
  • "The Flower Duet" - composed by Léo Delibes for his opera Lakmé
  • "The Charleston" performed by Sam Levine
  • "Good Humor Jitterbuggin'" performed by Brian McKenna and Doma Schrank
  • "Easy" performed by Troye Sivan and Kacey Musgraves featuring Mark Ronson
  • "Paris Tropical (Kazy Lambist Remix)" performed by Minuit
  • "Your Love" performed by ATB, Topic, and A7S
  • "Dance Off" performed by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
  • "Losing It" performed by Fisher
  • "Better Without You" performed by TCTS featuring Glowie
  • "Kiss Me" performed by Cyn
  • "Kiss Me (Remix)" performed by Cyn
  • "Carried Away (Tchami Remix)" performed by Surf Mesa and Madison Beer

He's All That is available to stream on Netflix now