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Metro Boomin and Future Release New Album

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The heavily anticipated joint album, ‘We Don’t Trust You’ by Metro Boomin and Future dropped at midnight on Friday, March 22nd.

Fans have been waiting patiently on the release for months, especially when the duo announced the release date two weeks ago which was followed by an additional release date scheduled for three weeks later; some are speculating this is for another joint album by the 30-year old producer with Future, or artist

The album is likely to appeal to a wide range of hip-hop listeners, owing to many surprise features including the likes of Playboi Carti, The Weeknd, and especially Kendrick Lamar who has been out of action since June 2023 when he appeared on
‘The Hillbillies’ alongside his cousin and acclaimed artist Baby Keem.

On ‘
Like That’, he offers subliminal disses to two of the  rappers he is often compared to, Drake and J. Cole by saying that there’s no big three, “it’s just big me”. Although seemingly a subtle line on the surface level, it is likely to cause a lot of traction as the comparison of these artists has been the centre of debate for over a decade. 

Apart from this, Travis Scott is featured twice, although expected as he has been a regular contributor to most of Metro’s albums. His verse on the song ‘Cinderella’ was previously leaked on a number of albums, and fans will be glad to see that it has been officially released.

Although this marks the first time that the pair have released a full album together, Future made some very well-received appearances on Metro’s 2022 Grammy-nominated album ‘Heroes & Villains’, namely on ‘Superhero’ which currently sits at over 600 million streams on Spotify.

Additionally, the two have worked together on numerous other occasions, and it is no surprise they chose to collaborate on a larger project since their styles complement each other so well:
“It seems like he’s one of my peers … he treats me the same way”, Metro said when asked about working with Future.

Following his work for the ‘
Spiderman: Across the Spider-Verse’ movie soundtrack, Metro has been gathering a plethora of coverage and attention from all over the industry. Now, with a solid new release, and a lot more in store, Metro is keeping his fans on their feet for what is yet to come. 

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