Post Malone hooks up with Rae Sremmurd's Swae Lee for this song recorded for the soundtrack of the animated movie <i>Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse</i>. The motion picture is set in a universe that features multiple Spider-Men, though the main hero is Miles Morales, a half-black, half-Puerto Rican teen from Brooklyn. Having said that we're not clear what a Spider-Verse is!
The soundtrack has been billed as "a contemporary musical companion" to the film. It spans multiple music genres, in order "to portray what a teen like Miles is listening to across the country."
The song has Post Malone and Swae Lee competing for the same girl, whom they call "Sunflower." However, though the two rappers show her a lack of affection, she remains loyal by their side. <i>I know you're scared of the unknown You don't wanna be alone I know I always come and go But it's out of my control</i> The sunflower has tough, deep root systems that enable it to penetrate hard soils as well as being able to retain its beauty in the face of environmental factors that would wilt most other flowers. Like the blossoming sunflower, the girl has shown resilience in the face of the bad treatment she receives from Post and Swae.
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