Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Soundtrack: Every song Featured in the movie

Spider-Man Across the Spider-Verse Soundtrack

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Soundtrack: Every Song Featured in the movie –  Marvel fans! Here we go again. The sequel to the Oscar-winning “Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse” is here; fans can’t stop talking about it. Our favorite Spiderman, Miles Morales, and his adventures into the Spider-verse continue in “Spider-man: Across the Spider-Verse” while taking it a notch higher than the last film. 

The film follows Gwen Stacy, the Ghost Spider on Earth-65, as she juggles her life as a secret Spider-Woman in her universe and Miles Morales on Earth-1610, who’s also struggling between being a Spider-man and his parent’s expectations of him. The two reconnect while in pursuit of Spot, a scientist who absorbs the power of the Alchemax Collider and tries to bring havoc across the Spiderverse. In this journey, both of them travel to multiple alternate universes, and with the help of various Spider-Man variants like Pavitra Prabakar, the Indian Spider-man (Yes! We got an Indian Spiderman swinging in the streets of Bombay this time) amongst many. 

For the cast of the film, we have many reprising their roles along with some new voices, which makes the film more diverse than ever. Shameik Moore, Hailey Steinfield, Maheshala Ali, Oscar Issac, and Karan Soni, among others, have graced us with their voices in the film. Produced by Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation, this film is the longest animated film by an American Studio. Animation films have a great deal of freedom of expression, and the movie doesn’t disappoint.

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Soundtrack – All songs featured in the movie:

The music of “Into The Spider-Verse” was loved by both the audience and critics alike. Some of them are still in our favorites to date, such as “Sunflower” by Post Malone and Swae Lee, “ What’s Up Danger” by Blackway, and Black Caviar, among others.

This time as anticipated by fans, the soundtrack of the film is a banger. Helmed by producer and DJ Metro Boomin, the soundtrack of the movie features a number of our favorite artists, including Swae Lee, Nas, Lil Wayne, Offset, A$AP Rocky, and Wizkid. All big names in the Hip-hop industry, which our lead character Miles Morales is a fan of.

The characters and the story speak of rich music culture, and the film succeeds in displaying that perspective in a brilliant manner. The songs featured in the film serve as a perfect background with rhythms and melody and Afrobeats and heart-touching lyrics. It is very worthy of the hype of the music from the last film and must be added to our playlists to listen to again and again.

Complete Tracklist:

  • Annihilate’ – Metro Boomin & Swae Lee, Lil Wayne, Offset
  • ‘Am I Dreaming’ – Metro Boomin & A$AP Rocky, Roisee
  • ‘All The Way Live’ – Metro Boomin & Future, Lil Uzi Vert
  • ‘Danger (Spider)’ – Offset & JID
  • ‘Hummingbird’ – Metro Boomin & James Blake
  • ‘Calling’ – Metro Boomin & Swae Lee, Nav, feat. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
  • ‘Silk & Cologne’ (Spider-Verse Remix) – EI8HT & Offset
  • ‘Link Up’ (Spider-Verse Remix) – Metro Boomin & Don Toliver, Wizkid feat. Beam & Toian
  • ‘Self Love’ – Metro Boomin & Coi Leray
  • ‘Home’ – Metro Boomin & Don Toliver, Lil Uzi Vert
  • ‘Nonviolent Communication’ – Metro Boomin & James Blake, A$AP Rocky, 21 Savage
  • ‘Givin’ Up (Not the One)’ – Don Toliver & 21 Savage, 2 Chainz
  • ‘Nas Morales’ – Metro Boomin & Nas
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