Metro Boomin has unveiled an impressive 13-song soundtrack for the animated film Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse, featuring an array of notable artists. The compilation showcases collaborations with Lil Uzi Vert, 2 Chainz, Future, Offset, Coi Leray, Lil Wayne, Swae Lee, and Don Toliver, among others, contributing to the vibrant and adventurous spirit of the movie’s web-slinging characters.
In an exciting development, a deluxe version of the soundtrack has been released, adding six additional songs and introducing artists like Mora, Shenseea, Omah Lay, Ayra Starr, and more. Among the standout tracks on the extended collection is Dominic Fike’s “Mona Lisa,” a genre-bending masterpiece produced by Will Yanez, Beat Butcha, Kenny Beats, and StarGate. Fike’s heartfelt lyrics explore the complexities of love, making it a captivating addition to the soundtrack.
Sony Pictures President of Music, Spring Aspers, expressed enthusiasm about collaborating with Metro Boomin for the project. She described him as the perfect cultural voice to shape the musical landscape that supports the film’s next chapter. Dana Sano, executive vice president of film and TV for Republic Records, praised Metro as a visionary who consistently pushes boundaries, emphasizing the passion and integrity he brought to curating the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse soundtrack.
The collaboration between Metro Boomin and a diverse lineup of artists has resulted in a compelling and culturally significant soundtrack that elevates the cinematic experience. With their combined talents, they have crafted a musical environment that resonates with audiences and enhances the thrilling world of Spider-Man. This collaborative effort between Republic Records, Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group, and the filmmakers promises an extraordinary auditory journey for fans of both music and the Spider-Man franchise.