This soundtrack that accompanied the now award-winning animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. I got the chance to watch the movie in December with Lizzo. The movie itself was a great experience that I went and saw it again. Sony really knocked this project out the park. The movie and soundtrack go hand in hand especially after meeting Miles Morales you can see him listening to this whole album.
This soundtrack will really open you to more artist you probably haven’t heard before. I’m familiar with a few and these are great introductions to the other artists I’m hearing for the first time. The soundtrack really grasps Miles’s music taste. He loves a good variety of hip-hop music that keeps an upbeat tempo. The soundtrack has 13 tracks and is a really quick album to listen, it’s repeating the first song you played within the hour.
- What’s Up Danger – Blackway & Black Caviar
- Sunflower – Post Malone & Swae Lee
- Way Up – Jaden Smith
- Familia – Nicki Minaj, Anuel AA & Bantu
- Invincible – Aminé
- Start a Riot – Duckwrth & Shaboozey
- Hide – Juice WRLD & Seezyn
- Memories – Thutmose
- Save The Day – Ski Mask the Slump God, Jacquees, LouGotCash & Coi Leray
- Let Go – Beau Young Prince
- Scared of the Dark – Lil Wayne, Ty Dolla $ign & XXXTENTACION
- Elevate – DJ Khalil, Denzel Curry, YBN Cordae, SwaVay & Trevor Rich
- Home – Vince Staples
This soundtrack can be enjoyed from top to bottom. I recommend you give it a listen if you haven’t already. I’m happy they were able to catch Miles’s essence with this soundtrack. As an Afro-Latino kid growing up in New York Miles music taste should be as diverse as the sounds on this album is.
The hit song of this album is Sunflower which Miles is singing in the film. It’s my favorite song too, I love Swae Lee’s voice and every now and again Post Malone can make a song I like to listen to. This introduction to some of the new artist will benefit in the future, you might find your new fave rapper. I honestly didn’t care for the song with Lil Wayne and XXXTENTACION because I don’t like their music. Lil Wayne fell off to me and that’s a whole conversation in itself.
How do you feel about the soundtrack? Do you think they captured Miles taste in music?
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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Soundtrack is available on all streaming platforms!