Metro Boomin is moving on his time, and it’s far from being up.
How a virtually unknown rapper from Atlanta ended up signing to Metro Boomin and becoming best friends with James Blake.
"I go into the studio with these n****s and we just do, like, six-seven songs in a night."
Yeah, we'll see about that.
They are right, but we're not sure 'Double Or Nothing' was the answer.
What happened to all of Big Sean's style, before he leaned so hard on double time flows and lackluster double entendres?
"Metro would make a beat in the studio in front of Sean, while Sean would sit with a mic, writing and freestyling."
My search for the hip-hop equivalent to Harlem Heat continues.
Metro Boomin doesn't trust Atlantic Records.
If only everyone just trusted Metro.
"Where can I shoot some beats thru my g?"
Not even Metro Boomin production can save NAV, who delivers every line in the same emotionless tone and often the same flow.
If young Metro don’t trust you, your song probably wasn’t a hit this year.
Even one of the most prolific producers in the game struggled to keep pace with Guwop.