Ranking of Every Song on the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Soundtrack

We'll be first to say we were not prepared for how amazing the Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse soundtrack would be.

Featuring some of the biggest names in hip-hop, it blows us away with how cohesive yet diverse it is. Although this was an insanely difficult task, see our definitive ranking of every track on the album below.

13. 'Familia' by Nicki Minaj, Anuel Aa and Bantu

We won't lie, we expected a little bit more from Nicki on this one. Although not a bad song by any means, the reggaeton-inspired jam just didn't grab us or fit as well with the other beautifully crafted tracks on this soundtrack.

 

12. 'Scared of the Dark' by Lil Wayne, Ty Dolla $ign and XXXTENTACION

We hate to say it, but 'Scared of the Dark' teetered on the edge of sounding like every other basic hip-hop song out there. Again, we expected a little more from Lil Wayne and friends.

 

11. 'Elevate' by DJ Khalil, Denzel Curry, YBN Cordae, SwaVay and Trevor Rich

This track has a ton of energy to it, but only ranks toward the bottom because it packs almost too much of a punch for us. In-your-face music can be a bit intense, TBH.

 

10. 'Start a Riot' by Duckwrth and Shaboozey

This one is perfect to add to your gym playlist, but only ranks a little lower in favor of some of the sleeker tracks on the collection.

 

9. 'Let Go' by Beau Young Prince

This softer tune earns a spot at number nine for relatable lyrics and the killer addition of both strings and piano to its hip-hop-style beat.

 

8. 'Home' by Vince Staples and Richie Kohan

As major Vince Staples fans, it was tough to place this one at number eight. We loved the soaring vocals, but felt like it fell slightly short on the chorus at times.

 

7. 'Hide' by Juice WRLD and Seezyn

"Hide" 's smooth guitar and woozy lyrics gave us early Kendrick Lamar vibes, earning it a spot right in the middle of the pack.

 

6. 'What's Up Danger' by Blackway and Black Caviar

"What's Up Danger" is the first song on the record and completely sets the tone for the entire movie. It's a strong anthem that we can see ourselves listening to long after the series is over.

 

5. 'Save The Day' by Ski Mask Slump The God, Jacquees, Coi Leray and LouGotCash

This was difficult to put at number five because it's actually one of our favorites. But, let's be real, every song on this album is just that incredible.

 

4. 'Way Up' by Jaden Smith

It's no secret we're huge Jaden Smith fans, so "Way Up" nabs the fourth spot on our list. It's so upbeat there's no way you can avoid dancing to it.

 

3. 'Sunflower' by Post Malone and Swae Lee

Arguably one of the catchiest tracks, hip-hop giant Post Malone has done it again with this one. There's a reason it was one of the first songs used to promote the movie.

 

2. 'Memories' by Thutmose

"Memories" is more of a somber number, but the lyrics are perfectly matched with gliding hand claps and effortless piano. It's the softer tracks that really stand out on this body of work.

 

1. 'Invincible' by Aminé

A beautiful track lyrically and sonically, "Invincible" is our No. 1. It captures the spirit of this movie so flawlessly that it wouldn't be right for it to sit anywhere else. At its core, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is emotional, relevant and inspiring. This a song meant to capture all those feelings with a little extra pop of jazz. We can't say "well done" enough to the makers of this soundtrack.

 

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