Future and Metro Boomin's Dual Album Drop We Don’t Trust You 

Published At: 18 March 2024 , 06:57 AM

Following a tantalizing hint of an extensive partnership towards the end of the previous year, Metro Boomin and Future have unveiled not just one, but two highly anticipated albums slated for release in the imminent weeks.

Metro Boomin and Future have officially declared the imminent appearance of their cooperative masterpiece named" We Don’t Trust You," listed for release on March 22, followed by a posterior reader slated for April 12. Their advertisement came accompanied by an enticing caravan on YouTube, showcasing the dynamic brace cruising through the desert in satiny white vehicles, climaxing in an important visual of the rapper and super patron standing united.

In the trailer, a voiceover boldly declares, "There's an abundance of subpar rappers cluttering the scene, aimlessly wandering. These individuals lack the essence of true lyricism. The rap game is reserved for an exclusive, discerning few. And that's the reality we face today, unapologetically unchanged."

The original hassle between Metro Boomin and Future passed when Metro was just 17 times old, marking the birth of their fat cooperation. Their cooperative trip traces back to as early as 2013. Metro's profound influence in the product realm significantly shaped multitudinous compendiums by the rapper, especially contributing to accredited systems like 2015's" DS2" and" What a Time to Be Alive," a cooperative adventure with Drake.

Arising as a prominent figure in the music assiduity, Metro Boomin has mounted to the zenith of cultural excellence as a patron. In December 2022, he unveiled his largely awaited alternate solo reader," Icons & Villains," showcasing his unequaled gift and creativity. also, Metro took the arm for the soundtrack of" Spider-Man Across the Spider-Verse," further solidifying his status as a visionary in the realm of music products. His astral achievements lately crowned in a nomination for Patron of the Year, Non-Classical, at the recognized 66th Annual Grammy Awards.

Future has endured a gradational ascent since the release of his debut single reader," Pluto," in 2012, establishing himself as a force to be reckoned with in the music assiduity. His most recent solo bid," I Noway Liked You," debuted in 2022, further solidifying his position as a fat artist. also, he has banded on full-length systems with accredited artists similar to Zaytoven, Young Thug, and Lil Uzi Vert, showcasing his versatility and cooperative prowess.