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Metro Boomin, born September 16, 1993, is a professional name for Leland Tyler Wayne, an American DJ, record producer, and record executive. He is renowned for his ominous production style, which has influenced trap and modern hip hop. In the music industry, he is also well-known for his producer tags, which are spoken by Future and Young Thug, respectively, “If Young Metro don’t trust you, I’m gon’ shoot you,” “Metro!”, and “Metro Boomin want some more, nigga.” Other artists who have worked with him include Kanye West, The Weeknd, Travis Scott, Drake, 21 Savage, Nav, and Gucci Mane.

Born and raised in St. Louis, Wayne started his musical career in 2009 at the age of 16. In 2011, he moved to Atlanta to attend Morehouse College, and since then, he has collaborated widely with musicians from Atlanta, including Future, Young Thug, 21 Savage, Gucci Mane, and Migos. After producing “Tuesday” by iLoveMakonnen and Drake, which peaked at number 12 on the US Billboard Hot 100, Wayne achieved widespread recognition. Before hitting his first number one with “Bad and Boujee” by Migos, Wayne produced the U.S. top-20 hits “Jumpman” by Drake and Future and “Low Life” by Future featuring The Weeknd. “Congratulations” by Post Malone, “Tunnel Vision” by Kodak Black, “Mask Off” by Future, “Bank Account” by 21 Savage, and The Weeknd’s “Heartless,” his second U.S. number one, came next.

Wayne has collaborated on songs with 21 Savage on Savage Mode (2016) and Savage Mode II (2020), with Nav on Perfect Timing (2017), Big Sean on Double or Nothing (2017), and Gucci Mane on DropTopWop (2017). Both Wayne’s Heroes & Villains (2022) and Not All Heroes Wear Capes (2018), his first studio album, debuted at number one on the U.S. Billboard 200. The latter gave birth to the single “Creepin,” which, along with The Weeknd and 21 Savage, reached the top ten in a number of nations. In the United States, it peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100, making Metro Boomin the artist’s highest charting single in the country.

Tyler Leland Wayne was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on September 16, 1993, and went to Parkway North High School there. His four siblings are. He briefly played bass guitar in his middle school band before, at the age of 13, he started creating beats in the seventh grade. This occurred when he received a copy of the music production program FruityLoops along with a laptop that his mother had purchased for him. He produced five beats a day while in high school. Wayne began producing beats in order to have music to rap over when he first wanted to start rapping. He eventually focused entirely on hip hop production, though. While still in high school, he started using social media sites like Twitter to network with more well-known rap artists and submit beats for possible music placements as he continued to refine his production abilities.

Metro Boomin is a hip-hop sub-genre specialist who uses a unique blend of gothic, dark melodies, rattling synthetic percussion, and heavy bass. Metro Boomin never deviates from hip hop, even though he has produced four songs from pop and R&B singer The Weeknd’s album After Hours. He has also remixed pop songs, including “Hold Me Now,” which was created in conjunction with Gap for their marketing campaign.

Hip-hop musicians can choose to identify their work with a producer tag, which is a catchy shout-out that is typically inserted at the start of a song to help listeners identify and respect specific producers. “This beat is so, so Metro” was his first producer tag, and it was used in songs like “Karate Chop (Remix)”, “Ugly” by Soulja Boy, and “Chanel Vintage” between 2013 and 2014. The lyrics of Young Thug’s Boomin-produced song “Some More” are the source of one of Metro’s most well-known hashtags, “Metro Boomin want some more, nigga,” which gained a lot of traction in the beginning of 2016.

Future performs Metro’s most well-known and iconic tag, “If Young Metro don’t trust you, I’m gon’ shoot you.” The song “Right Now” by Uncle Murda, which was also produced by Boomin, is where the tag originated. The tag first surfaced in the song “Jumpman” by Drake and Future from their joint mixtape What a Time to Be Alive (2015). It then became widely known when it was featured in Kanye West’s song “Father Stretch My Hands, Pt. 1”. The phrase “Young Metro, young Metro, young Metro” is another well-known one, uttered by his frequent partner Future. Boomin’ frequently makes allusions to “3x” or “Young Metro 3x” in reference to this specific tag.

Metro also features the tag “Metro!” which was first uttered by Young Thug in his song “Hercules”. The Metro-produced song “Mr. Right Now” by 21 Savage and Drake, which is off the tape Savage Mode II, opens with the tag most prominently heard. It also appears a few times in Heroes & Villains. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, Metro’s soundtrack album, included a lot of references to the tag.

The song “More M’s” from 21 Savage and Drake’s album Her Loss features Metro’s most recent tagline, “Metro in this bitch goin’ crazy.” The Savage Mode II song “No Opp Left Behind” is where the tag first appeared.