Here Are All The Undiscovered Songs From This Year’s Met Gala Photobooth Videos You’re Obsessed With

A list of the tracks installation DJ Eva Tolkin picked for Frank Ocean, Solange and more to dance to.

This year's Met Gala saw the return of its futuristic photobooth. The 2017 booth got a star-studded turn up courtesy of Frank Ocean, Solange, A$AP Rocky, Nicki Minaj, and more. The brainchild of filmmaker, and friend of fashion Gordon Von Steiner, the booth creates short but unskippable clips that are simple in theory, and lavish in execution, accompanied by an eclectic musical soundtrack courtesy of installation DJ, Dev Hynes-collaborator Eva Tolkin. Check out our rundown of who was vibing to what, below.

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Maiah Manser, “Second Skin”

Featured in Frank Ocean's video.

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Watermelondrea Jones, "Love My Haters" f. Michellé

As heard in Nicki Minaj's clip.

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Reid Willis, “Dogyear”

Which Solange, Chrissy Teigen, and Serena Williams danced to.

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AUBRN, "Boss'd Up" f. Gorilla Zoe

Danced to by Future, model Kiko Mizuhara, plus Madonna and Jeremy Scott.

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Reid Willis, “Fire”

Danced to by Lena Dunham, and Nick Kroll.

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Maiah Manser, ‘“Sweet Hell”

Featured in Katy Perry’s photobooth.

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K Theory, “VC Commander”

AKA Jaden Smith’s turn up song.

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Reid Willis, “Security Copy”

Featured in the clips including Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner, A$AP Rocky, and Bella Hadid.

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Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, "Symphony No. 5 In E Minor"

Which John Legend, Candice Swanepoel, and Anna Wintour all used to dramatic effect.

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Here Are All The Undiscovered Songs From This Year’s Met Gala Photobooth Videos You’re Obsessed With