Metro Boomin’s last project, HEROES & VILLAINS, left the producer’s fans pleasantly surprised at the end of 2022. While many songs from that tracklist are still in rotation, he’s got even more in store for us this year. On Friday (June 2), Metro dropped off the accompanying soundtrack for the new Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse animated film. It found him linking up with some of his closest friends, as much of his best work does. Coi Leray let her confidence shine on “Self Love,” and 21 Savage joined forces with 2 Chainz and Don Toliver for “Givin’ Up (Not The One).”
Elsewhere on the 13-track effort, we hear from three lyrical legends – Swae Lee, Lil Wayne, and Offset – on the opening title, “Annihilate.” Coming in at nearly four minutes, the song finds each artist unleashing on-theme bars such as “Weezy Carter, I’m ’bout to go Peter Parker / I’m Spider-Man, if he ain’t me, he just a creepy crawler.”
Metro Boomin’s Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Soundtrack is Here
Other beloved rappers who aided Metro in his latest project include A$AP Rocky and Roisee on “Am I Dreaming,” Future and Lil Uzi Vert on “All The Way Live,” and Nas on “Nas Morales.” Elsewhere, James Blake, Wizkid, BEAM, Toian, NAV, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, and JID all contribute their talents too. On its own the soundtrack is impressive, but when paired with the latest installment in the superhero franchise, it only gets better.
Check out Lil Wayne, Swae Lee, and Offset’s joint effort with Metro Boomin for the new Spider-Man soundtrack above, or add the track to your playlist on Spotify/Apple Music. Do you have plans to watch the highly anticipated animated film this weekend? Let us know in the comments, and check back later for more HNHH release recommendations.
Weezy Carter, I’m ’bout to go Peter Parker
I’m Spider-Man, if he ain’t me, he just a creepy crawler
Tunechi spark the lighter, pull up in a new Ferrari Spider
Spider web necklace with the diamonds
She’ll turn to Spider-Woman if I bite her