Metro Boomin Songs

  • Get 2 Bussin
    Get 2 Bussin
    This morning G Herbo shared a fresh track called "Get 2 Bussin" with his fellow Chicagoan Lil Bibby, their first collab since "Don't Worry" off Herb's recent mixtape Ballin Like I'm Kobe. 
  • Jumanji
    We had to highlight one more cut off Sosa's new mixtape, Finally Rollin 2, which is proving to have good replay value. Much of the tape, including the Zaytoven-produced "Foes," has a throwback sound to it, so "Jumanji," produced by young Metro and Sonny Digital, might be the track with the most potential to blow up. Listen to the No DJ version of "Jumanji," courtesy of Metro Boomin. 
  • Where Ya At
    Where Ya At
    Tonight, Chief Keef made good on his promise to drop his new mixtape, Finally Rollin 2. The tape finds Sosa zoned-in on his freestyle game, spitting over almost exclusively Atlanta productions. Most of these, in fact, are throwbacks from '00s tracks from OGs like Gucci Mane and Jeezy, but he also went in over some of today's hottest beats, including Metro Boomin's "Where Ya At," Future's Drake-featuring single off DS2. 
  • Aww Man (Freestyle)
    Aww Man (Freestyle)
    Currently touring throughout Europe, Kid Ink like what he heard on Lil Bibby's single "Aww Man" featuring Future so much that he decided to flip it with a remix of his own. You can't blame him -- this Metro Boomin beat is enticing.  Kid Ink keeps the Future hook intact, letting Fewtch open things up before spitting a verse himself and letting the hook ride out.
  • Hercules
    Young Thug & Metro Boomin have been making headlines this week for going at each other on twitter, leaving us to believe their highly anticipated Metro Thuggin project wasn’t going to see the light of day anymore. However, it turns out the “beef” was all one big troll job to promote their new single “Hercules,” which just dropped tonight and will see life on the duo's upcoming project, Metro Thuggin.
  • Blue Or Red
    Blue Or Red
    More ferocious material from Waka Flocka. As there's no release date in sight for his already finished album, Flockaveli 2, Flocka has decided to bypass his label, Atlantic, and drop Flockaveli 1.5, which will be a "free album." He comes through today with the first song off the free release, which will be out in a week, on November 19. "Blue or Red" is a banger produced by two of ATL's finest: Southside and Metro Boomin. 
  • Sand Man
    Sand Man
    When he’s not busy conducting your favorite rapper’s instrumentals, 808 Mafia’s Southside has been working on his wordplay as of lately, and releasing new music under the alias Young Sizzle. After dropping off the track “Winning 3” a few weeks back, the ATL hitmaker is back with another one for us called “Sand Man,” which is produced by non-other than Metro Boomin.
  • Lord Knows
    Lord Knows
    A bout a month ago, G Herbo a.k.a. The Artist Formerly Known As Lil Herb posted a couple Instagram shots of him in the studio with one Joey Bada$$. They were met with intrigue and confusion as Herb and Joey tend to ride in different lanes, but being the talented individuals that they are, they form a potent duo regardless. As it turns out, they were cooking up "Lord Knows," a Metro Boomin production, thus forming a modern-day CHI-NYC-ATL Bermuda Triangle. Shoutout to the Red Bull Sound Select program for bringing these gentlemen together.
  • Aww Man (Radio Rip)
    Aww Man (Radio Rip)
    On November 27, Lil Bibby will be releasing the third installment in his Free Crack mixtape series, but before he does so he’s got some promoting to do first. Kicking off the project’s campaign Tuesday night, Bibby decided to give Chicago’s Power 92.3 radio station the green light to premiere the first offering from the tape called “Aww Man” featuring the man of the hour, Future Hendrix.
  • Thas What I Do
    Thas What I Do
    Zach Farlow is getting ready to release a new mixtape soon called The Great Escape 2, and tonight we’re treated to the latest offering it called “Thas What I Do.”
  • Lifestyle
    Young Scooter came out of nowhere tonight and released the sequel to his 2012 effort Married To The Streets. Laced with 14 tracks in total, the follow up to this year’s Juggathon mixtape features guest appearances from the likes of Future, Young Thug, Young Buck, Waka Flocka, and many more.
  • Rodeo Shoppin
    Rodeo Shoppin
    Que continues to keep it moving. After hitting us with “Fit In” & the Sonny Digital-produced cut “Back” recently, The ATL rapper is back today with another new track for the fans, this time linking up with #WATTBA hit-producer Metro Boomin for “Rodeo Shoppin.” Co-produced by DJ Spinz, the track serves as the first offering off Que’s upcoming I Am Que project, which is dropping soon. Here’s what Que had to say about his upcoming body of work,
  • All Over
    All Over
    London on da Track and Wheezy, two of Thugger's closest collaborators, took up about half of the beats Slime Season 2, but the other producers are nothing to scoff at. In terms of placements -- largely because of their close work with Future -- no one has had a bigger year than either Metro Boomin or Southside. Both ATL hitmakers had a beat each on SS1 and they return to SS2 on the same track: "All Over." 
  • Jumpman (Remix)
    Jumpman (Remix)
    You knew OVO Sound Radio would come with some Halloween treats tonight, and, indeed, one of those included a surprise set from grime emcee Skepta, who dropped three new remixes during his mix. The most noteworthy is of the biggest track off What a Time to Be Alive, last month's joint album between Future and Drake, who recently tattooed the initials of Skepta's Boy Better Know crew on his left shoulder. 
  • Color Purple
    Color Purple
    In what's not very uncommon anymore, a new track from Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan has somehow surfaced online this evening called “Color Purple.”
  • No Joke
    No Joke
    Young Thug is on an enviable tear, with new music from the rapper surfacing on a weekly basis. The impressive Slime Season was his most recent official project, and SS2 is said to be on its way, but more new tracks continue to make their way online in the meantime.
  • Jumpman (Remix)
    Jumpman (Remix)
    Dreezy is one of many talented female Chicago rappers, including Tink and and W.W.A. (the 4-woman group that includes Sasha Go Hard and Katie Got Bandz). She gained attention with her latest EP, Call It What You Want, which featured K Camp and production from Southside. For her latest release, she's decided to remix the biggest tune off Drake and Future's What a Time to Be Alive.
  • Jumpman (Freestyle)
    Jumpman (Freestyle)
    When it comes to catchy, repetitive, one-word hooks, "Jumpman" might by the "Versace" of 2015. It is definitely the hot song that everyone is freestyling on recently. It's a cold world and this Metro Boomin instrumental is simply too hot to ignore. 
  • Jumpman (Freestyle)
    Jumpman (Freestyle)
    Is "Jumpman" the new "Poppin'"? Honorary Migo Rich the Kid just dropped his "Jumpman" freestyle, marking the third freestyle over the blazing hot Metro Boomin instrumental in the past week. Mark Battles did it. Soulja Boy did it. Two is company, three's a crowd...
  • Voices In My Head
    Voices In My Head
    After making some of 2015's most interesting music with Future and Young Thug, Metro Boomin is reaching out to different types of artists, or more likely, they're reaching out to him. We recently saw the Atlanta beatmaker pictured with boom bap revivalist Joey Bada$$, and now we've received a new record from DC's biggest export, Wale, with Metro behind the boards. This one was actually constructed through a Sprite-endorsed collaboration that put the two artists and the Highbridge voices choir in the same room.