Before Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland were Spider-Man there was Tobey Maguire, and he helped to revitalise people's interest in the web-slinger. Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man was a big fan of music (shown by this now-infamous scene of him dancing in Spider-Man 3), but a Twitter account is looking to show that Spider-Man actually listened to some pretty cool music.
Twitter account @Tobeyvibes captures Spider-Man listening to music. However, they've replaced the song from the movie with artists like Ye (fka Kanye West), Frank Ocean and Tyler, The Creator - clearly, this version of Spider-Man knows what's up.
While this account leans towards more hip-hop and R&B, the soundtracks for Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man trilogy features some great artists, like Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Yellowcard, The Flaming Lips, The Killers and many more. If you're ever looking to explore rock music from the early 2000s, then they're definitely worth a listen.
We've picked some of the best clips from the account, which you can check out below. We love seeing Twitter accounts like this pop up, and this is one of our favourite recent discoveries on the web (pun intended).
Kid Cudi - Pursuit Of Happiness (Nightmare) pic.twitter.com/YFPYTZXbD1
— Tobey vibes to classic tracks (@TobeyVibes) January 22, 2022
Tyler, The Creator - See You Again pic.twitter.com/KfMFWoyF9F
— Tobey vibes to classic tracks (@TobeyVibes) January 18, 2022
Frank Ocean - White Ferrari pic.twitter.com/e1unUKpwRY
— Tobey vibes to classic tracks (@TobeyVibes) January 3, 2022
Childish Gambino - I. Flight of the Navigator pic.twitter.com/2E1Q4Qf1UG
— Tobey vibes to classic tracks (@TobeyVibes) January 16, 2022
Mac Miller - Good News pic.twitter.com/aUaKMM9mA7
— Tobey vibes to classic tracks (@TobeyVibes) January 17, 2022