Snippets of songs from the soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann's film, 'The Great Gatsby,' have surfaced online. The two most anticipated songs from the collection are from Mr. and Mrs. Carter.

Jay-Z's new track '100$ Bill' is about as crisp as a $100 bill. Over a chaotic beat, Hov spit glorious get-money rhymes, calling himself the "New Malcolm of the talcum."

The other song is Beyonce's duet with Andre 3000 on the remake of Amy Winehouse’s 2007 song, 'Back to Black.'

The OutKast rhymer seems to be "rap-singing" his verse, while Queen Bey follows with her haunting vocals.

The 'Great Gatsby' soundtrack also features songs from Lana Del Rey, Fergie, will.i.am, Q-Tip, Gotye, Emeli Sande and Florence + The Machine.

The entire album is due in stores May 7.

The 3-D film 'The Great Gatsby,' starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan, is set to open in theaters on May 10.

Listen to Jay-Z's '100$ Bill'

Listen to Beyonce & Andre 3000 on 'Back to Black'