Black Caviar have always found their sweet spot at the intersection of hip-hop and dance music. With their latest release, the duo have transformed their own original, "What's Up Danger" into a dance floor smash for the deluxe version of the Into The Spider-verse soundtrack.
The soundtrack for Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse had no problem scaling the charts shortly following its initial release, peaking at the #2 spot on the Billboard 200. Blackway and Black Caviar's "What's Up Danger" appears first on the album setting a definitively ominous tone.
Now revitalizing their own work for the dance floor, Black Caviar outfit "What's Up Danger" with a crushing new bass line that upends the original release. The New York duo pulled no punches in delivering this adrenaline-fueled remix.
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Listen to Black Caviar's new spin on "What's Up Danger" with Blackway here.