Each week, NBC’s “Songland” offers unknown songwriters the chance to give their careers a major boost by having a popular artist record one of their songs, but this week’s broadcast kicked it up a notch and offered the writers an even bigger opportunity: the chance to have their song in the upcoming “Fast & Furious” spinoff movie, “Hobbs & Shaw.”

In episode 6, singer Aloe Blacc and “Hobbs & Shaw” director David Leitch hit up the NBC show to find the perfect song for the new movie, which stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Jason Statham. Having a song on any movie soundtrack is a major opportunity, but to have one on a “Fast & Furious” soundtrack is on another level.

For example, Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s “See You Again,” which was featured in “Furious 7,” has been certified diamond and streamed on Spotify, alone, almost 900 million times, and its music video has been viewed over 4 billion times.

After hearing the original songs from the four songwriters — Kyle Williams’ “I’m Just Getting Started,” Afika’s “Chosen,” TVTE’s “Call for a Hero” and Steve Fee’s “Same Blood” — Blacc and Leitch chose the three that would be working with the show’s in-house writer-producers (Ryan Tedder, Ester Dean and Shane McAnally) to better tailor their original music for the movie.

The “Songland” contestants were narrowed down to Williams, TVTE and Fee, with Williams coming out as the eventual winner.

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Tuesday’s new “Songland” featured appearances from Aloe Blacc and director David Leitch. Trae Patton/NBC

Blacc’s version of his song, which was shortened to “Getting Started” and also features rapper J.I.D on it, is now available to buy on iTunes and stream on Spotify. Plus, fans will be able to hear the tune in “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw” when it hits theaters on Aug. 2.

As for the other episode 6 songs, Afika’s “Chosen,” although it didn’t make the Top 3, and 4th place songs aren’t normally released, is available to stream online and download, as is TVTE’s, although the title of hers has been shortened to simply “Hero.”

When it comes to Fee’s “Same Blood,” his version can’t be found anywhere online because Blacc actually decided to record this track for himself, as well. This announcement arrived via a title card at the very end of the episode, and Blacc’s version is now available on Spotify.

Keep growing your music playlists each week by tuning into “Songland” when it airs on NBC on Tuesdays at 10 p.m. EDT.