'Broad City' Preps 'Original Series Soundtrack'

Fall release – co-executive produced by writer-stars Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson – will feature DJ Raff's distinctive theme song, "Latino N' Proud"

'Broad City' will release its 'Original Series Soundtrack' this fall. Credit: Comedy Central

Broad City writer-stars Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson have teamed with music supervisor Matt FX Feldman to executive produce the show's Original Series Soundtrack, out October 28th via Milan Records/Comedy Central Records.

"When I first started working on the show, our resources were so low to the point where working with unsigned and unknown artists was the only way we could possibly afford to score an entire episode the way we wanted," Feldman tells Rolling Stone. "These days, I see it almost as an obligation to keep the platform growing. Super duper excited that we've been able to physically encapsulate the sonic identity of the show with this soundtrack."

The album will feature an extended version of Chilean producer DJ Raff's Broad City theme song, "Latino N' Proud," K Rizz's "Yes Bitch" (the track heard when Abbi and Ilana crash the club in "B&B-NYC") and soundtrack-exclusive tracks from Latin singer Jarina De Marco and house DJ-producer Tony Quattro.

Jacobson and Glazer recently helped announce the categories for the first-ever Golden Probe Awards, a satirical ceremony recognizing "outstanding achievements in the fields of sexism and anti-abortion extremism." That event will be held October 2nd at New York City's (le) Poisson Rouge.

Broad City's third season aired earlier this year and wrapped in April.