Amazon took a big risk with The Boys – 95%, but the result was really positive. The series, based on the comic created by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, became a worldwide success thanks to the twist it gave to superhero stories. While the films of the genre highlight the virtues and morals of these characters, the series developed by Eric Kripke tells us the other extreme where people with special powers feel free to do whatever it takes without consequences, while entrepreneurs find themselves in them the way to become even richer.
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The second season ended by opening several paths that fans already want to explore. In particular, the creator and cast promise that it will be even more violent and bloody, and that the arrival of Jensen Ackles as Soldier Boy will change the history of the series forever. In the show we see little by little how the superheroes get out of control and their public image is deteriorating, but also how the company Vought he seeks to keep things in order for his own benefit. The last episode made it clear to us that the limits are being crossed to reach political terrain that will definitely have repercussions worldwide.
Although Antony Starr as Homelander and Karl Urban as Billy butcher They are the great figures that the public follows, The Boys he has managed to capture his audience with good character development. The relationship between Hughie (Jack Quaid) and Starlight (Erin Moriarty) is the hopeful part of the story, while the other superheroes serve to make great criticisms of society, such as A-Train, played by Jessie T. Usher, who has to deal with issues of racism and addiction, while feeling controlled by his leader and his own power.
Out of all the members of the Seven, A-Train is the one that most connects with the company’s marketing plans Vought. We certainly see how heroes should act in movies and commercials, as well as be the face of some products, but A-Train he is the only one who seems to find insurance for his future in this system. The character fights his own demons and the assurance that he will eventually be replaced, which directly collides with his airs of grandeur and need to stay relevant.
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That is why it is not at all surprising that the great runner went from promoting tennis to becoming a rapper. To give us a glimpse of the next season of The Boys, Amazon released a music video of A-Train, who makes the transition to singer accompanied by Aimée Proal. The video in question is called Faster and basically shows us the character running next to the girl’s car, as well as classic scenes in spaces with neon lights and references to her superhero figure.
According to HeroicHollywood, Jessie T. Usher yes he does rap and also helped write the song alongside Isaac lucas, Colton fisher, Rebecca Sonnenshine, and Christopher Lennertz. At the end of the video we can see that the song is exclusively on Voughtify.
Watch the Faster video here:
During the second season, the character of A-Train He had to deal with the consequences of his heart attack, which causes constant palpitations. In an attempt to reinvent himself and find a new path, he joins the same church as The Deep (Chace Crawford), but quickly becomes suspicious of the leader’s methods. In the last episode, A-Train find a way to be part of the Seven again.
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