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We’re only a few weeks away from the premier of the highly anticipated Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse, and while we await to indulge in the animated adventure, fans got a sneak peak of some of the music that’s been inspired by the film.

Yesterday Metro Boomin premiered a new song he worked on with Don Toliver dubbed “Link Up” which was featured in a new Hyundai commercial featuring your favorite multiracial web slinger.

“New @SpiderVerse Hyundai commercial dropped today featuring “Link Up” feat @DonToliver. Soundtrack dropping June 2nd featuring all original songs inspired by the film. #Metroverse.”

Looks like Metro Boomin is confident that fans will dig the soundtrack to Across The Spider-Verse as the man executive producing the soundtrack shared another pic stating that the album will be the “soundtrack of the year.”

Should be interesting to see what Metro Boomin has in store for us and if you don’t like what you hear you might have to keep it to yourself. You don’t wanna rub Metro Boomin the wrong way cause if he don’t like you, Future’s gonna shoot you. Why you think no one be beefing with Metro?

What do y’all think of the Metro Boomin and Don Toliver cut “Link Up”? Y’all think Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse is gonna have some heat on the soundtrack? Let us know in the comments section below.