That something ended up being the song that begins and ends the film, “Sikiliza Kwa Wahenga,” a Swahili phrase that translates to “listen to (your) ancestors” and the song’s lyrics loosely mean “something bad is coming. Run.”

“The words are issuing a warning to Chris,” Peele said. “The whole idea of the movie is ‘Get out!’ — it’s what we’re screaming at the character on-screen.”
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Peele worked with composer Michael Abels to create a score that was black, but that was sonically and lyrically different from African-American music.