I guess 19-year-olds aren’t supposed to say Migos and Future are real hip-hop and high schoolers aren’t supposed to have shoe deals.
If you’ve listened to hip-hop in the last three years, you’ve heard Metro Boomin’s beats ringing from your speakers.
If you were to take a poll of most rap fans and ask them who has that #1 spot in the game right now, you’d be hard-pressed to find an answer besides Future.
Metro Boomin has created an interesting new lane for hip-hop producers to come up.
As the music industry continues to change, the ways in which artists release and promote their music is sure to evolve.
Young Metro provided the beat, Future killed it, and now Kendrick Lamar hops on “Mask Off” to perfect it.