Johnny Depp Songs You Should Be Listening To

Johnny Depp recently was in limelight for giving a surprise performance at a Jeff Beck show after the hearing of his trial with Amber Heard. As the case is now under jury deliberation, Jack Sparrow was seen having a good time performing at a concert in Sheffield UK. Being a phenomenal actor who is known worldwide, but he also moonlights as a guitarist and has starred in many music videos. 

Amidst the ongoing brawl, let’s have a look at the list of Johnny Depp Songs You Should Be Listening To

Jeff Beck and Johnny Depp – Isolation

Isolation is a remake of John Lennon’s popular song and Depp performed this song at the UK concert alongside his friend Jeff Beck. Depp released this song during the covid pandemic via an Instagram post. While explaining about the song Depp said, “The song’s about isolation, fear, and the existential risk to our world, so we wanted to give the song to you. We truly both hope in our own little way, it helps you get through these unusual times that we’re experiencing, even if it just helps to pass the time as we endure isolation together.”

My Valentine with Mighty Thor and Captain Jack Sparrow

The Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney’s My valentine featured Natalie Portman and Johnny Depp on guitar. It was the best crossover that fans could ever ask for! Paul and Johnny have things in common, as they both went through a tumulus marriage and even harder divorce. 

Hollywood Affair: Johnny Depp’s embarrassing moment

Released in 2014, the song was in collaboration with Iggy Pop. Johnny Depp and Iggy Pop share a relationship that goes back many years. During The Graham Norton Show, Depp revealed that he started when he was 17 years old and was insulted by Iggy Pop. “I’m looking at him pops blue eyes and takes so much time and he just says, YOU LITTLE TURD”, said Depp during the interview.  

Who’s Laughing Now

Released by the supergroup, Hollywood Vampires, Who’s Laughing Now” is powered by a heavy and driving bass line. Depp wrote the song and the lyrics had a lot of venoms, as claimed by Cooper (member of the group). He later adds, “On this album, he wrote a lot of the lyrics – and I got to sing them – so I’m the one delivering the venom.”

Pretty Women by Alan Rickman and Johnny Depp

Not to mention in which mood Depp might have written this song but let us not take Amber Heard’s name. Alan Rickman is familiarized with playing villains from Hans Gruber in “Die Hard” to Professor Snape in the “Harry Potter” films. 

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