Mixtape: Definition of F#Ck Sh*T 2

Metro, then known as Metro Beatz, was only a junior in high school when he knocked out the beat for “Four.” The song, which follows the Shawty Redd blueprint of beatmaking, first appeared on Young Jeezy’s The Real Is Back mixtape, and later got a verse from Memphis kingpin Yo Gotti. Interestingly enough, Metro’s soon-to-be partner in crime, Future, can be seen in the video for “Four,” perhaps getting his first listen of the young man who would eventually become his go-to producer.