Interestingly enough Digital Music News is reporting that Lil Uzi Vert took to his IG page to say “I never said I was doing Rolling Loud — I don’t understand why my name is on here.”
Red Bull announced that they are bringing back their Symphonic concert experience, with Metro Boomin as the featured headline artist. The show will be held in October at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
Should be interesting to see what Metro Boomin has in store for us and if you don’t like what you hear you might have to keep it to yourself.
How many cuts into the album is in the can or whether or not the project is even officially underway is anyone's guess, but best believe heads will be streaming the sh*t out that joint once it hits platforms later this year.
Hit producer Metro Boomin has reportedly sold part of his music publishing catalog for $70 million. Those with inside knowledge of the deal with Shamrock Capital did not have any word on what that portion contained in terms of the songs he has worked on.
The St. Louis native's mother was reportedly killed by her husband, who later committed suicide after the act.
One of the most anticipated releases of the year over-delivered thanks to an unexpected guest. Fans now have a holistic view of how Savage Mode II came together.
The potent duo of 21 Savage and Metro Boomin dropped a well-received body of work with their EP Savage Mode in 2016. This Friday (Oct. 2), the Atlanta stars beef up the numbers with a 15-track effort aptly titled Savage Mode 2.
We not here for the Maroon 5 halftime show, so the good folks at EA Sports decided to provide some real entertainment Atlanta style to properly kickoff Super Bowl week with the #EASportsBowl. Here is how you can watch all of the action.
If you’re still disappointed about Maroon 5 being selected to perform at Super Bowl LIII Pepsi Halftime Show this year, don’t worry EA Sports got you.
It looks like The GAP might pull off a comeback. Their newest drop features SZA and Metro Boomin.