Metro Boomin truly wants some more and wants it all
It’s been three years since St. Louis-to-Atlanta producer Metro Boomin released his first mixtape 19 & Boomin. Since then, the 23-year-old producer has gone on to produce hits such as “Karate Chop,” “Mask Off,” “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1,” “Bad and Boujee,” along with many other hits; it’s honestly too long of a list.
Metro has accomplished a lot during his tint in the music world. What’s next for the producer? Well, his own label would be nice.
BOOMINATI WORLDWIDE IS ABOUT TAKING BLESSINGS AND SPREADING THEM đźŚŽđź™ŹđźŹľ pic.twitter.com/1UBL1rZJ6w
— Metro Boomin (@MetroBoomin) June 28, 2017
Boominati Worldwide is Metro’s new label venture under Republic Records and Universal Music Group.
“Launching Boominati Worldwide is the next step in my career as a producer, an artist and a businessman,â€ť Metro said in a statement. â€śI created the label to represent a collective of highly gifted individuals who have the shared gift of being able to influence the world through culture and art.”
“No Complaints” was the first single to be released from the label and Metro Boomin brought in artists that he has a track record with: Offset and Drake.