Final 'Gatsby' Trailer: Nice Soundtrack Brah!

If there's anybody in the world who understands the need to be big pimpin' and spendin' cheese, it's Jay-Z, and it sounds like all that baller status empathy is coming to good, good use for director Baz Luhrmann and his upcoming adaptation of "The Great Gatsby."

In this latest (final?) trailer for the lavish picture, the group offers up a delicious little sampling of the smörgåsbord of talent Jay's got on deck for "Gatsby" - leading off, of course, with his one and only Daisy Beyonce and her co-cover of Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black" with Andre 3000. Listen closely and you'll also hear a little Jack White, Lana Del Rey and the incomparable Florence + the Machine seamlessly dropping in here and there. Gorgeous.

The full "Gatsby" track list was revealed by EW yesterday to put down the long-lived suspicions of involvement by Prince and Lady Gaga with the album.

01. Jay-Z – 100$ Bill

02. Beyoncé and André 3000 – Back to Black

03. – Bang Bang

04. Fergie, Q-Tip, and GoonRock – A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)

05. Lana Del Rey – Young and Beautiful

06. Bryan Ferry with The Bryan Ferry Orchestra – Love Is The Drug

07. Florence and the Machine – Over The Love

08. Coco O. of Quadron – Where The Wind Blows

09. Emeli Sandé and The Bryan Ferry Orchestra – Crazy in Love

10. The xx – Together

11. Gotye – Hearts a Mess

12. Jack White – Love is Blindness

13. Nero – Into the Past

Jay himself - while not composing the score, as originally expected, stepped into the soundtrack collaborator chair for this one, saying that the F. Scott Fitzgerald-penned tale "is that classic American story of one's introduction to extravagance, decadence and illusion. It's ripe for experimentation and ready to be interpreted with a modern twist."

Luhrmann gushed that he and lead Leonardo DiCaprio were "lucky" to witness Jay's recording of "No Church in the Wild," featured on the first two trailer for the film, and "the collaboration grew from there."

Roc City's taking over Long Island for this one, peeps, and it's a beautiful thing.