There was no need error with the sound track of the 2002's Tobey Maguire starring Spider-Man . But summing up 16 years later, there was something very homogeneous about his presentation: Sum 41, Nickelbacks Chad Kroeger, Theory of a Deadman, Aerosmith, Pete Yorn. So it makes sense that the animated Spider-Man: Into Spider-Vers – which contains multiple cross-race, cross-gender, cross-generational, cross-dimensional characters with Spidey powers-has a soundtrack that really up the franchise's own , long established aesthetic and cultural awareness.
While these songs were written for the movie, they often do not sound like movie songs in the conventional sense. LA MC DUCKWRTH's "Start a Riot" is a jump-up-on-the-table party rap. Lil Wayne and Juice WRLD offer each other introspective traces (the first one that gives a surprising late XXXTENTACION look) that literally uses dark as a metaphor for emotional pain. And Nicki Minaj turns the patoise over Caribbean vibes on the "Familia" ̵