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Metro Boomin Announces Collaborative Album With Future To Be Released Soon

The super-producer has recently revealed that he and Future are collaborating on a new project. Indeed, Metro Boomin is eager for more. His penchant for collaborating with A-list acts and delivering gold to the listening audience will again be expected from this proposed collaboration. He shared his thoughts on his performance at the festival last Friday on Instagram.

Metro Boomin Announces Collaborative Album With Future To Be Released Soon, Yours Truly, News, May 23, 2024

Metro’s post on IG read,

“After a 10+ year journey, it was surreal to perform @coachella in front of 20k+ with my brother @future,”.

A “Metro Pluto album” was then announced to the crowd by the entertainer in his post. It was an evening of top fun for the large Coachella audience as Future was invited by Metro to appear at “Trochella,” where they performed songs they collaborated on together, such as “Superhero (Heroes & Villains),” “Mask Off,” and “I Serve the Base.”

 

Even though they have frequently collaborated, this would be their first time doing so for an LP. Savage Mode and Savage Mode II, two previous joint projects between Metro and 21 Savage, were released in 2016 and 2020, respectively. During Coachella’s opening weekend, Metro performed alongside The Weeknd, 21 Savage, and Don Toliver. This Friday, he will be back for Weekend 2.

Future had earlier confirmed in February that he was working on a new album in the studio once more. He tweeted, “I’m in album mode.” “Moving different all 2023.” “I Never Liked You,” his most recent album, was released in April 2022. It garnered a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Album and achieved his eighth No. 1 on the Billboard 200. So fans will indeed be anticipating the release of this project.

He also took to his IG story and teased the collaborative project with Metro with a post that read,

“Future X Metro Boomin. OTW With the Album Of The Year”

Metro Boomin Announces Collaborative Album With Future To Be Released Soon, Yours Truly, News, May 23, 2024

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