Metro Boomin has uncovered a new song from the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Soundtrack. He shared "Calling" with fans on his official YouTube channel earlier today. Metro Boomin, NAV, and A Boogie Wit da Hoodie collaborated on the track, which also features Swae Lee. The entire Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Soundtrack is produced by Metro Boomin, and is available for pre-save now. The full soundtrack comes out on the same day as the film, June 2.
Metro Boomin confirmed that A Boogie Wit da Hoodie and Swae Lee would be a part of the soundtrack yesterday, along with announcements of various other artists to be featured on the soundtrack. He shared various posts on Instagram revealing that Offset, A$AP Rocky, and more would make appearances. Earlier today, he revealed that fans can also expect to hear Lil Wayne, Nas, and 2 Chainz on the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Soundtrack. The soundtrack for the upcoming film was officially announced earlier this month on Metro's Instagram.
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The new track was shared with fans alongside an accompanying animated music video with visuals referencing the new movie. Complete with mellow vocals and orchestral touches, "Calling" showcases a heartfelt, emotional side of the artists.
During his recent set at Montréal’s Metro Metro Festival, NAV surprised fans by bringing Metro Boomin out on stage. The artists claimed that a follow-up to their 2017 collaboration, Perfect Timing, is on the way. They said, “We got that ‘Perfect Timing 2‘ on the way, n***as is waiting on it! Wait on it! Wait on it!” An exact release-date that listeners can expect to hear the new album has not yet been confirmed.
You fell for me, I count on you when times are tough
Instead of holdin' you down, I should lift you up
It hurts me when you start to see my flaws (My flaws)
But just to save you, I'd risk it all (All)