‘Atlanta’: All the Songs Heard in Season 4

That’s all, folks. The end of Atlanta‘s four-season run has arrived — and it was quite the finale.

Episode 10, titled “It Was All A Dream,” delves deeper into the life and mind of fan-favorite Darius (played by LaKeith Stanfield) as he explores his inner thoughts via a sensory deprivation tank. The experience causes him to hallucinate, and after four seasons of the show, viewers finally get a glimpse of the free-spirited character’s emotions and personal life. Meanwhile, Van, Earn and Paper Boi go out to eat at a Blockbuster-turned-Black sushi restaurant and instantly regret it. Darius rescues them later in a stolen pink Maserati, but the episode ends on a cliffhanger that leaves viewers to ponder whether the events of the day were real or one of Darius’ hallucinations. 

Bruno Nicolai’s “Skyscrapers” and Amnesty’s “Liberty” usher in the episode as they blare through Darius’ headphones in the opening scene. Later, Hitkidd and GloRilla’s hit “F.N.F. (Let’s Go)” and Marvin Gaye’s “Dream of a Lifetime” can be heard during two of Darius’ dreams, while Gunna‘s “Who You Foolin” sets the tone at the restaurant.

As Atlanta has evolved, music synchs have played a big role in the overall scene-setting of the show. Throughout the seasons, music supervisors Jen Malone and Fam Udeorji have chosen a variety of songs by old and new artists from various genres including OutKast, D4L, Gunna, Troye Sivan, Dua Lipa, Kodak Black, Jennifer Lopez and many more.

Atlanta aired on FX Thursday nights at 10 p.m. and all seasons are now available to watch on Hulu. Check out all the songs used in season four below.

Episode Ten, “It Was All A Dream”

Bruno Nicolai, “Skyscrapers”

Amnesty, “Liberty”

Ghetto Mafia, “For the Good Times (Straight from the DEC)”

Gunna, “Who You Foolin”

Hitkidd & GloRilla, “F.N.F. (Let’s Go)”

Jean Paulo Campos, “Peraí”

Marvin Gaye, “Dream of a Lifetime”

Funkadelic, “The Song Is Familiar”

Episode Nine, “Andrew Wyeth. Alfred’s World”

Mystikal, “The Braids”

Geto Boys, “Mind Playing Tricks On Me”

Ty Dolla $ign feat. Quavo, “Freak”

Wayne Smith, “Under Me Sleng Teng”

Dungeon Family (feat. André 3000, Cee-Lo Green & Society of Soul), “Rollin’”

The Chicks, “Texas Man”

Ray Charles, “Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Cryin’”

Episode Eight, “The Goof Who Sat By The Door”

Tom Jones, “Treat Her Right”

Sesame Street, “I Don’t Want To Live On The Moon”

Tevin Campbell, “Can We Talk”

Tevin Campbell & Rosie Gaines, “I 2 I (Eye to Eye)”

Episode Seven, “Snipe Hunt”

Sade, “Your Love is King”

Sade, “Love is Stronger Than Pride”

Episode Six, “Crank Dat Killer”

Soulja Boy, “Crank That (Soulja Boy)”

Young Thug, “Tick Tock”

Aykay, “That’s A Fact”

Perry Porter, “Bag”

Soulja Boy, “Whip It”

K-Ci & JoJo, “All My Life”

Episode Five, “Work Ethic!”

Anita Baker, “Sweet Love”

Janelle Monae, “I Like That”

Little Simz feat. Obongjayar, “Point and Kill”

Coco & Clair Clair, “Wishy Washy”

Episode Four, “Light Skinned-ed”

Dorothy Norwood, “Somebody Prayed For Me”

Chicago Mass Choir, “God Is My Everything”

Yolanda Adams, “The Battle is the Lord’s”

8Ball & MJG, “Top of the World”

The Ebony’s, “I’ll Try”

The Chi Lites, “I Want to Pay You Back (For Loving Me)”

Fivio Foreign & Polo G, “Bop It”

Gil Scott-Heron, “Save the Children”

Episode Three, “Born to Die”

Megan thee Stallion, “Money Good”

Al Green, “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart”

Kodak Black, “Let Me Know”

Episode Two, “The Homeliest Horse”

Ciara, “Ooh Baby”

Japanese Breakfast, “Kokomo, IN”

Young Stoner Life, T-Shyne, Lil Keed feat. Big Sean, “Warrior”

PinkPantheress, “Attracted To You”

Rick James, “Cold Blooded”

Episode One, “The Most Atlanta”

Chief Keef, “B—h Where”

Deborah Cox, “Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here

Pell, “Tew Much”

Sly & The Family Stone, “Runnin’ Away”

Cydney Lee