New Spider-Man movie features music from Nucleya, Tech Panda, Kenzani, and Badal

Tracks by the popular Indian artists Nucleya, Tech Panda, Kenzani, and Badal feature in the highly anticipated film ‘Spiderman: Across the Spider-Verse.’ Nucleya, known for his creative electronic music, brings his catchy beats to the movie with his song called ‘Bakar Bakar’ from his album ‘Raja Baja’ released in 2016.

Sony Music asked the producer duo Tech Panda and Kenzani to create a new version of the hit song ‘Sunflower’ by Post Malone and Swae Lee for the movie ‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.’

The Hindi version features singer Badal, whose sweet voice complements the beautiful sounds of sitar, santoor, and flute at the beginning of the song. The Tech Panda x Kenzani production is a love song, capturing the same emotions as the original ‘Sunflower’ and showcasing their unique electronic sound.

Badal is all set to release a whole new bunch of music including an album which aims to redefine hip hop. 

“Obviously there’s always a lot of pressure when you take up a project to revisit such a big song,” say Rupinder and Kedar, who are gearing up to also release a new single, ‘Kulli’.

“We were asked to revisit the track in the signature ‘Tech Panda & Kenzani’ sound which is really an amalgamation of the traditional Indian sound with clean electronica soundscapes. We wanted the track to display a clear blend of Indian instruments and sounds, and maintain the soul of the original yet create a new space for itself,” they add.

Spider-Verse, a multiversal web that connects every spider-themed superhero in multiple timelines, introduces viewers to Mumbattan, a hybrid of Manhattan and Mumbai, where Indian Spider-Man Pavitr Prabhakar lives, and where audiences get to hear the opening strains of the Indianised version of ‘Sunflower’.

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