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You know you're big when everyone loses their shit to your two producertags. And when you're 24 with a list of credits starting to rival that of Mike WiLL Made-It, Boi-1da and Mike Dean, you know you're gigantic, already.

Born Leland T. Wayne in St. Louis in 1993, Young Metro headed to Atlanta after high school and started getting guys like Gucci Mane, Travis Scott, Wiz Khalifa, Chief Keef and Migos on his gorgeous, daunting, inimitable beats. His closeness with fellow producers Sonny Digital, Southside and Zaytoven is only rivaled by his brotherhood with Future. You could argue, without lifting a mental finger, that Metro's the head architect for Future's sound over the last couple years, and you're about to hear the proof.

Enjoy our Metro Boomin playlist and check out our video interview with him; if you don't, Young Metro may not trust you, which would lead Future to...well, you know.


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Space Cadet Metro Boomin, Gunna03:23
Ric Flair Drip Offset, Metro Boomin02:52
No Heart 21 Savage, Metro Boomin03:55
Mr. Right Now (feat. Drake) 21 Savage, Metro Boomin, Drake03:13
Glock In My Lap 21 Savage, Metro Boomin03:13
X (feat. Future) 21 Savage, Metro Boomin, Future04:18
Rap Saved Me (feat. Quavo) 21 Savage, Offset, Metro Boomin, Quavo04:17
Ghostface Killers (feat. Travis Scott) 21 Savage, Offset, Metro Boomin, Travis Scott04:28
Rich Nigga Shit (feat. Young Thug) 21 Savage, Metro Boomin, Young Thug03:10
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The 25 Best Metro Boomin Beats

Metro Boomin is everywhere. For a while, you could only catch beatmaker blasting from the open windows of passing cars or seeping out from the fire-escape doors at strip clubs, but in the past couple of years, the St. Louis-bred, Atlanta-based producer has embedded himself in the pop charts and atop the list of the industry’s most trusted hitmakers.

One of the 23-year-old’s beat tags became a signature moment on Kanye West’s latest album; he handled the entirety of Savage Mode, his extraordinary, experimental record with 21 Savage. He’s working with his idols (Gucci Mane), his longtime creative peers (Future, Young Thug), and, finally, with up-and-comers looking to him for guidance (Lil Uzi Vert). He’s also learned to deal in a variety of disparate sounds, revealing an unshakable sense for what makes a song tick.

What follows are 25 of his best beats; with respect to “Crib in My Closet,” they serve as the perfect primer to understand one of hip-hop’s most exciting young artists.

And be sure to check out Metro when he performs at ComplexCon on Saturday, Nov. 5. You can purchase tickets here.

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David Guetta, Metro Boomin, Tainy, Ellen Allien, More Curate Exclusive, New Year’s Eve Playlists for Amazon Music

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Published on December 26th, 2020 | by Jerry Doby

With New Year’s Eve on the horizon, Amazon Music has revealed Choose Your New Year’s Eve DJ, the streaming service’s annual star-studded, genre-spanning collection of playlists curated to provide music fans of all stripes with the perfect soundtrack to ring in 2021 at home. Available to Amazon Music Unlimited and Amazon Music HD customers, this year’s series features playlists from some of the biggest names in hip-hop, EDM, house, Latin, Techno, and more.

David Guetta, Zedd, and DJ Snake will turn your house into a main-stage party like no-other with brand-new playlists of their festival-ready tracks. For hip-hop fans, legendary hitmaker — and host of Amazon Music’s The First One podcast — DJ Khaled put together a collection of his favorite hip-hop tracks, and fresh off a year that included the release of his chart-topping albumSavage Mode 2 with 21 Savage, Metro Boomin curated a playlist of the best trap hits from 2020 and beyond. Latin mega-producer Tainy contributed a fiery playlist that spans Latin trap, reggaeton, and more.

“My playlist is my mix of songs for people all around the world to just press play and hopefully forget, for a minute, about all the hardship we’ve had this crazy year,” said DJ Snake. “Better times are coming. Stay safe. Love.”

“With this playlist, I selected music that will bring out the party during New Year’s Eve. I included some of my music and artists I work with, as well as artists I admire,” said Tainy. “Most of all, it’s a playlist with good energies to receive the new year.”

Deep house mainstay Nora En Pure delivers an eclectic set of deep cuts and rarities, including the playlist’s opener, “Eclipse,” a never-before-heard track that’s only available on Amazon Music. The Amazon Original is a lush, piano-led track house track, spotlighting Nora En Pure’s hypnotic melodies and meticulous production.

If you need any descriptive vocabulary — just listening now and jotting some things down — the original is a lush piano-led house track with Nora En Pure’s usual focus on hypnotic melody but with a few unique sonic flourishes that make it an exciting exclusive track.

“This playlist is a selection of tracks I would currently love to play out and connect through with you,” said Nora En Pure. “Hope they will bring you the good vibes and confidence for an amazing new year!”

In addition, this year’s Choose Your Own New Year’s Eve DJ features playlists from some of dance music royalty, including two brand-new playlists from Techno legend Ellen Allien and house music godfather Marshall Jefferson. South Africa’s Black Coffee delivers an eclectic set of house music for Amazon Music customers to enjoy this holiday season. The program also features some of the most exciting newcomers, including TSHA and Joel Corry. Alison Wonderland and Paul Woolford round out this year’s Choose Your Own DJ collection.

“I wanted to create a real authentic New Year’s Eve experience! I have included some of my fave tracks from this year as well as some bangers from the past,” said TSHA. “I hope this playlist gets you excited for the New Year.”


Choose Your Own New Year’s Eve DJ lineup: Listen here

David Guetta

DJ Khaled

DJ Snake



Alison Wonderland

Joel Corry

Ellen Allien

Nora En Pure


Paul Woolford

Marshall Jefferson

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Black Coffee




About the Author

Jerry Doby Editor-in-Chief of The Hype Magazine, and internationally published arts & entertainment journalist. Member of the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture as well as the United States Press Corps. Partner with THM Media Group, Inc.


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Metro Boomin production discography

This is the discography of American record producer, Metro Boomin. It includes a list of songs produced, co-produced and remixed by year, artists, album and title.

Singles produced[edit]


French Montana – Mister 16: Casino Life[edit]


Doe B – Baby Jesus[edit]

Ludacris – #IDGAF[13][edit]

  • 02. "If I Aint F'd Up"
  • 03. "Raised In The South" (featuring Young Jeezy)
  • 05. "9 Times Out OF 10" (featuring French Montana & Que)

DJ Esco – No Sleep[edit]


Ty Dolla $ign – $ign Language[15][edit]

Gucci Mane – East Atlanta Santa[edit]

Travis Scott – Days Before Rodeo[edit]

  • 02. "Mamacita" (featuring Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug) (produced with DJ Dahi and Travis Scott)[17]
  • 06. "Skyfall" (featuring Young Thug) (produced with Travis Scott)[18]
  • 09. "Basement Freestyle" (produced with Lex Luger)[19]


Rich Homie Quan[edit]

  • 01. "All Around the World" (produced with Zaytoven)[21]

Yo Gotti – Concealed[22][edit]

  • 06. "Ion Feel Em" (featuring Kevin Gates)
  • 10. "Hero" (featuring Shy Glizzy)

Future – DS2[edit]

  • 01. "Thought It Was a Drought" (produced with Allen Ritter)
  • 02. "I Serve the Base"
  • 03. "Where Ya At" (featuring Drake)
  • 04. "Groupies" (produced with Sonny Digital and Southside)
  • 05. "Lil One" (produced with Southside)
  • 07. "Freak Hoe"
  • 08. "Rotation" (produced with Southside)
  • 09. "Slave Master" (produced with Southside)
  • 10. "Blow a Bag" (produced with Sonny Digital and Southside)
  • 12. "Rich Sex" (produced with Frank Dukes and Southside)
  • 13. "Blood on the Money" (produced with Cassius Jay and Zaytoven)

Travis Scott[edit]

Da$h – Skrewface[26][edit]

21 Savage - The Slaughter Tape[edit]

  • 6. "Drip" (produced with TM88)

21 Savage - Slaughter King[edit]

Travis Scott – Rodeo[27][edit]

  • 01. "Pornography" (produced with Sonny Digital, Travis Scott, and Mike Dean)
  • 03. "3500" (featuring Future and 2 Chainz) (produced with Mike Dean, Travis Scott, Mano, Zaytoven, and Allen Ritter)
  • 04. "Wasted" (featuring Juicy J) (produced with Travis Scott, Frank Dukes, and Mike Dean)
  • 07. "Nightcrawler" (featuring Swae Lee and Chief Keef) (produced with Mike Dean, Travis Scott, Southside, TM88, and Allen Ritter)
  • 15. "Ok Alright" (featuring Schoolboy Q) (produced with Sonny Digital and Mike Dean)

Lil Durk - Remember My Name[edit]

Uncle Murda and Future[edit]

Kourtney Money and Young Nudy - Paradise 2 East Atlanta[edit]

Bricc Baby Shitro – Nasty Dealer[31][edit]

  • 02. "Nasty Dealer"
  • 07. "IDK" (featuring Casey Veggies)
  • 09. "Thru Wit It" (featuring Young Thug)

Pusha T - King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude[edit]

Chief Keef - Finally Rollin 2[edit]

  • 06. "Obama" (produced with Southside)
  • 17. "Jumanji"
  • 18. "Where Ya At" (produced with Sonny Digital)


Uncle Murda[edit]

Casino – Boss Man Casino 2[33][edit]

  • 01. "Casino" (Featuring Santana)

King Monte Carlo[edit]

  • 01. "Colossal" (featuring Young Thug) (produced with Zaytoven)[34]

Lil Uzi Vert - Lil Uzi Vert vs the World[edit]

21 Savage & Metro Boomin – Savage Mode[edit]

  • 01. "No Advance"
  • 02. "No Heart" (produced with Southside and Cubeatz)
  • 03. "X" (featuring Future) (produced with 21 savage)[36]
  • 04. "Savage Mode"
  • 05. "Bad Guy" (produced with Sonny Digital)
  • 06. "Real Nigga"
  • 07. "Mad High"
  • 08. "Feel It" (produced with Zaytoven)
  • 09. "Ocean Drive" (produced with Southside and G Koop)

Lil Uzi Vert – The Perfect LUV Tape[edit]

Gucci Mane & Future – Free Bricks 2K16 (Zone 6 Edition)[38][edit]

  • 03. "Die a Gangster" (co-produced with Southside)
  • 05. "All Shooters" (co-produced with Southside)

Future - Evol[edit]

  • 04. "Xanny Family"
  • 05. "Low Life feat. The Weeknd"

Hoodrich Pablo Juan - Designer Drugz 2[edit]

The Weeknd – Starboy[edit]

Lil B[edit]

Young Nudy - Slimeball[edit]

Curren$y - Andretti 11/30[edit]


Shy Glizzy – The World Is Yours[edit]

Big Sean – I Decided.[edit]

Young Nudy - Slimeball 2[edit]

Nephew Texas Boy – The Pack Landed At 8:08[edit]

Beatking and Nephew Texas Boy – Texlanta 2[edit]

Zach Farlow – Over Til It's Over[edit]

Future – Future[edit]

  • 07. "Mask off"
  • 10. "Scrape"

Future – HNDRXX[edit]

Nav – Nav[edit]

Starlito – Manifest Destiny[edit]

Young Scooter – Jugg King[edit]

  • 08. "Cook Up" (featuring Young Thug) (produced with Zaytoven)[55]

Block 125 – Quarter Key[edit]

Hoodrich Pablo Juan and Drugrixh Peso – MONYPOWRSPT World Rules[edit]

Casino – Boss Man Casino 3[edit]

Hoodrich Pablo Juan - Designer Drugz 3[edit]

Lil Uzi Vert - Luv Is Rage 2[edit]

Gucci Mane[edit]

  • 01. "Both" (featuring Drake & Lil Wayne) [Remix][61](produced with Southside)

Post Malone[edit]

  • 00. "Congratulations (Remix)" (featuring Quavo and Future) (produced with Frank Dukes and Bell)[62]

Metro Boomin[edit]

  • 00. "No Complaints" (featuring Offset and Drake)[63]

21 Savage – Issa Album[64][edit]

  • 01. "Famous" (produced with Zaytoven)
  • 02. "Bank Account" (produced with 21 Savage)[7]
  • 03. "Close My Eyes"
  • 06. "Thug Life"
  • 08. "Nothin New" (produced with Zaytoven)
  • 09. "Numb"
  • 11. "Money Convo"
  • 13. "Whole Lot" (featuring Young Thug)
  • 14. "7 Min Freestyle" (produced with Southside)

Lecrae – All Things Work Together[65][edit]

  • 06. "Hammer Time" (featuring 1k Phew)


21 Savage, Offset and Metro Boomin – Without Warning[67][edit]

  • 01. "Ghostface Killers" (featuring Travis Scott)
  • 02. "Rap Saved Me" (featuring Quavo)
  • 03. "Ric Flair Drip" (performed by Offset and Metro Boomin) (produced with Bijan Amir)
  • 04. "My Choppa Hate Niggas" (performed by 21 Savage and Metro Boomin) (produced with CuBeatz)
  • 05. "Nightmare" (performed by Offset and Metro Boomin)
  • 06. "Mad Stalkers" (produced with Dre Moon)
  • 07. "Disrespectful"
  • 08. "Run Up the Racks" (performed by 21 Savage and Metro Boomin) (produced with Southside)
  • 09. "Still Serving" (produced with CuBeatz)
  • 10. "Darth Vader"

Big Sean and Metro Boomin – Double Or Nothing[68][edit]

  • 01. "Go Legend" (featuring Travis Scott)
  • 02. "Big Bidness" (featuring 2 Chainz)
  • 03. "Who's Stopping Me" (produced with Earlly Mac)
  • 04. "Pull Up N Wreck" (featuring 21 Savage) (produced with Southside)[69]
  • 05. "So Good" (featuring Kash Doll)[70]
  • 06. "Savage Time" (additional vocals from Travis Scott)
  • 07. "Even the Odds" (featuring Young Thug) (additional vocals from Gucci Mane)
  • 08. "In Tune"
  • 09. "Reason" (featuring Swae Lee) (produced with Pi'Erre Bourne)
  • 10. "No Hearts, No Love"


Gunna – Drip Season 3[edit]

Lil Jay Brown - Money Luvin Youngin: The Lick Tape[edit]

DJ Esco - Kolorblind[edit]

  • 03. "Chek" (featuring Future) (Produced with Dre Moon)[77]

Rae Sremmurd – SR3MM[edit]

  • 09. "T'd Up" (produced with ChopsquadDJ)

Thompson Twins[edit]

Rich The Kid – The World Is Yours[edit]

Young Nudy - SlimeBall 3[edit]

Nicki Minaj - Queen[edit]

Lil Wayne - Tha Carter V[edit]

Belly - IMMIGRANT[edit]

Lil Baby - Street Gossip[edit]

Gucci Mane - Evil Genius[edit]

21 Savage - I Am > I Was[edit]


Offset - Father of 4[89][edit]

  • 01. "Father of 4" (featuring Big Rube)
  • 02. "How DId I Get Here" (featuring J. Cole) (Produced with Dre Moon)
  • 04. "Tats on My Face" (Produced with Southside, as SO ICEY BOYZ)
  • 06. "Wild Wild West" (featuring Gunna) (Produced with Allen Ritter)
  • 07. "North Star" (featuring Cee-Lo Green) (Produced with Allen Ritter)
  • 08. "After Dark" (Produced with Dre Moon and Allen Ritter)
  • 09. "Don't Lose Me" (Produced with Doughboy)
  • 10. "Underrated" (Produced with Southside, as SO ICEY BOYZ)
  • 13. "On Fleek" (featuring Quavo) (Produced with Zaytoven and Doughboy)
  • 14. "Quarter Milli" (featuring Gucci Mane) (Produced with Pyrex)
  • 15. "Red Room"

James Blake - Assume Form[edit]

  • 02. "Mile High" (featuring Travis Scott and Metro Boomin) (Produced with Blake, Dre Moon, Dan Foat and Wavey)[90]
  • 03. "Tell Them" (featuring Moses Sumney and Metro Boomin) (Produced with Blake, Allen Ritter, Dan Foat and Wavey)[91]

Solange - When I Get Home[edit]

  • 06. "Stay Flo" (Produced with Solange and John Carroll Kirby)[92]

Lil Keed - Long Live Mexico[edit]

Quality Control - Quality Control: Control the Streets, Volume 2[edit]

Gucci Mane - Woptober II[edit]


The Weeknd - After Hours[97][edit]

  • 06. "Escape from LA" (Produced with The Weeknd and Illangelo)
  • 07. "Heartless" (Produced with The Weeknd and Illangelo; co-produced by Dre Moon)
  • 08. "Faith" (Produced with The Weeknd and Illangelo)
  • 14. "Until I Bleed Out" (Produced with Oneohtrix Point Never, Illangelo, Prince 85, The Weeknd, and Notinbed)

21 Savage & Metro Boomin – Savage Mode II[edit]

  • 01. "Intro" (Produced with Prince 85)
  • 02. "Runnin"
  • 03. "Glock in My Lap" (Produced with Southside and Honorable C.N.O.T.E.)
  • 04. "Mr. Right Now" (featuring Drake) (Produced with David x Eli)
  • 05. "Rich Nigga Shit" (featuring Young Thug) (Produced with Peter Lee Johnson)
  • 06. "Slidin" (Produced with David x Eli and Allen Ritter)
  • 07. "Many Men" (Produced with Johnson)
  • 08. "Snitches & Rats (Interlude)"
  • 09. "Snitches & Rats" (featuring Young Nudy) (Produced with Johnson)
  • 10. "My Dawg" (Produced with Kid Hazel)
  • 11. "Steppin on Niggas"
  • 12. "Brand New Draco" (Produced with Johnson and Prince 85)
  • 13. "No Opp Left Behind"
  • 14. "RIP Luv" (Produced with Zaytoven and Johnson)
  • 15. "Said N Done"

Lil Durk - The Voice[edit]

Young Nudy - Single[edit]


Gully (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)[edit]

  • 01. "Betrayal" (21 Savage)

Drake - Certified Lover Boy[edit]

  • 13. Knife Talk (With 21 Savage and Featuring Project Pat)

Young Thug - Punk[edit]

  • 03. Stupid/Asking
  • 18. Love You More (Featuring Nate Ruess, Gunna & Jeff Bhasker)

Coldplay - Music of the Spheres[edit]

  • 05. Let Somebody Go (Featuring Selena Gomez)


^[b] This music was not included on the official track listing of Black Ken.[98]


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External links[edit]

Savage Mode II The Movie

Metro Boomin

Artist Biography

When the boy who would become Metro Boomin (Leland Tyler Wayne, born 1993) decided he was going to get serious about the rap thing, he intercepted his mother after work with a thick green folder—part dossier, part wish list, part five-year plan. Mom was impressed. He’d already been making beats for a few years, pestering A&Rs on Twitter, crowbarring some connections. He’d even gotten paid a few times. By the time he graduated from high school, he and Mom were making eight-hour-long car trips from St. Louis to Atlanta so Metro could work with Gucci Mane and OJ da Juiceman—contingent, of course, on him keeping his spot on the honour roll. A few months into his freshman year at Morehouse, it became clear that the balance was too tough to keep up. Mom chewed him out. But the work—glossy, atmospheric monsters that pushed trap to cinematic extremes—had too much traction to ignore. The green folder bore out.
Future (“Mask Off”, “Low Life”), Migos (“Bad and Boujee”), Post Malone (“Congratulations”), 21 Savage (“Bank Account”), Kodak Black (“Tunnel Vision”): Just a sampling of what followed is some of the most definitive rap of the 2010s, tracks that—alongside the work of collaborators and fellow Atlantans Sonny Digital, Southside, TM88 and Zaytoven—reshaped hip-hop’s sound, feel and culture. That Metro tackled longer-form projects—full-length collaborations, executive productions—not only made him unusually well-known for a producer, but suggested a broader vision, a transcending of the day-to-day business of beatmaking in favour of building a movement. After a handful of years sharing top billing and a baker’s dozen of platinum records in the bag, he released his own album, 2018’s NOT ALL HEROES WEAR CAPES, a couple of months past his 25th birthday.


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The other notable artist to steal away with a third of the piecrust was Vince Staples, for doing something that often goes unreported in this realm: an album with conceptual "map" that still bumps. Other artists that hit our radar detector this week include MoneyBagg Yo, Jay Critch, and Trey Songz.

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