Metro Boomin News

 
  • Cover of A Guide to Atlanta Producers
    Someone once remarked that Chicago and Atlanta had replaced New York City and Los Angeles as the capitals of modern rap music. As blasphemous as that claim might seem, it’s 100% true in 2014. Atlanta has been a dominant force in hip-hop for over a decade now, but since 2010, it has experienced a lot of change.
  • Cover of Future Announces "Monster" Mixtape With Release Date
    In August Future was teasing fans about a new single titled "Monster," as well, it was reported that he was working on a mixtape titled Evol.
  • Cover of Future Announces New Single "Monster," Also Allegedly Working On A Mixtape Called "Evol"
    If you believe the headlines, it's been a rough week for Future, who reportedly called it quits with his fiancé, Ciara. But like any great artist, Future knows that heartbreak and loss can be some of the best stimuli for great music, and it sounds like he's been holed up in the studio lately.
  • Cover of Metro Boomin Discusses "Metro Thuggin" & Announces "20 & Boomin" Mixtape
    Metro Boomin is quickly making a name for himself in this rap game, producing trap-driven beats for some of Atlanta's hottest rappers, from Future to 2 Chainz, to newer faces on the rise like Young Thug and Young Scooter.
  • Cover of Producers To Watch In 2014
    2013 was dominated by emerging producers. Mike WiLL Made It and DJ Mustard, who seemed like newcomers at the top of the year, ended things off with major label artist deals, hits with some of the biggest artists in the game. 
  • Cover of "Karate Chop" Producer Says Lil Wayne's Emmett Till Line Was Not Meant To Be Released
    Lil Wayne's Emmett Till line on "Karate Chop (Remix)" has been responsible for much controversy, the peak of which ended with Wayne being dropped from his Mountain Dew endorsement.
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