Download Album Various Artists - Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Soundtrack From & Inspired by the Motion Picture)

  • Date Released: 2018-12-14
  • Genres: Soundtrack Music
  • Tracks Count: 13
  • This Compilation ℗ 2018 Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
Song Artist Duration Size
Save the Day (feat. Coi Leray & lougotcash) Ski Mask the Slump God & Jacquees 02:58 6.12 MB
Home Vince Staples 03:31 7.28 MB
What's Up Danger Blackway & Black Caviar 03:42 7.26 MB
Hide (feat. Seezyn) Juice WRLD 03:25 6.87 MB
Let Go Beau Young Prince 02:57 6.01 MB
Familia (feat. Bantu) [Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse] Nicki Minaj & Anuel AA 02:54 6.02 MB
Invincible Aminé 03:16 6.63 MB
Elevate (feat. Denzel Curry, YBN Cordae, SwaVay & Trevor Rich) DJ Khalil 03:39 7.39 MB
Start a Riot DUCKWRTH & Shaboozey 02:51 5.97 MB
Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) Post Malone & Swae Lee 02:38 5.53 MB
Memories Thutmose 03:19 6.80 MB
Way Up Jaden Smith 02:33 5.32 MB
Scared of the Dark (feat. XXXTENTACION) Lil Wayne & Ty Dolla $ign 03:52 7.89 MB
The album Various Artists - Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Soundtrack From & Inspired by the Motion Picture) contains 13 tracks that accumulates 00:41:35 minutes or 85.07 MB
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A short description:
There was nothing necessarily wrong with the soundtrack to 2002’s Tobey Maguire-starring Spider-Man. But surveying it 16 years later, there was something awfully homogenous about its lineup: Sum 41, Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger, Theory of a Deadman, Aerosmith, Pete Yorn. So it makes sense that the animated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse—which features multiple cross-racial, cross-gender, cross-generational, cross-dimensional characters with Spidey powers—has a soundtrack that really upends the franchise’s own long-established aesthetic and cultural awareness.
While these songs were written for the movie, they often don’t sound like movie songs in the conventional sense. LA MC DUCKWRTH’s “Start a Riot” is a jump-up-on-the-table party-rap rager. Lil Wayne and Juice WRLD each offer introspective tracks (the former featuring a surprise appearance from the late XXXTENTACION) that use literal darkness as a metaphor for emotional pain. And Nicki Minaj turns up the patois over Caribbean vibes on “Familia”—a rare song that directly references the film—alongside verses from Puerto Rican trap artist Anuel AA and Zimbabwean singer Bantu. But where soundtrack tunes so often indulge in the audio-production equivalent of pyrotechnics, some of Spider-Verse’s best songs triumph for the exact opposite reason—Vince Staples’ closer, “Home,” and Swae Lee and Post Malone’s “Sunflower” ride the lowest of lo-fi beats to really let their lyrics shine.