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"If Young Metro don't trust you, I'm gon' shoot ya," Future sings at the beginning of Kanye West's "Father, Stretch My Hands, Pt. 1." Over the course of his short career, Metro Boomin has already amassed an army of artists willing to ride for him. And rightly so — he's worked on blockbuster tracks for some of his generation's top superstars. 

Born Leland Tyler Wayne in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1993, Metro played bass guitar in his middle school's band. Eventually, he started teaching himself to make beats and learned how to use the popular computer program Fruity Loops to craft music. 

As a budding producer, he also started rapping on his own songs. Metro began gaining steam by using social media to spread his music. Through that venture, he met Atlanta's Tay Don; before long, he was traveling to Atlanta on a regular basis to collaborate with musicians like OJ Da Juiceman, Gucci Mane, and Future. 

Metro dropped his debut mixtape, ‘19 & Boomin', in 2013, and it featured Future, Young Thug, Gucci Mane, and Trinidad James — an impressive lineup for a first album. He went on to collaborate with Young Thug as "Metro Thuggin." He produced Future's ‘Monster' mixtape, which found him international success with the song "F*ck Up Some Commas." 

Over the next couple of years, Metro released two collaborative albums. First came Without Warning with Offset and 21 Savage, which reached No. 4 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart. He followed that with Double or Nothing with Big Sean, which hit No. 6. Metro's debut solo studio album — Not All Heroes Wear Capes — dropped in 2018 and featured musicians like Travis Scott, Young Thug, Gunna, and Drake. It reached No. 1 on both the U.S. Billboard 200 and the U.S. Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. 

Some of Metro's fiercest and best-known work has been his production on hit singles by other artists. One of his biggest smashes has been "Jumpman" by Drake and Future from their What a Time to Be Alive collab album. The track went 4x platinum and peaked at No. 2 on the U.S. Rap chart. 

He also worked on Future and The Weeknd's "Low Life," which went 3x platinum. He scored a No. 1 hit with Migos and Lil Uzi Vert's "Bad and Boujee." Another massive, hazed-out winner was "Mask Off" from Future's 2017 self-titled album. As a result of his great solo and collab work, Metro won Producer of the Year in 2016 and 2017 at both the BET Hip Hop Awards and the BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards.