Future and Metro Boomin Turn Up the Heat With 'We Still Don’t Trust You' Album f/ J. Cole, ASAP Rocky, The Weeknd, and Lil Baby

Later this month, Metro will commemorate a decidedly major 2024 with a sold-out show at the base of the Great Pyramid of Giza.


Exactly three weeks after the undeniably explosive arrival of the chart-topping We Don’t Trust You, Future and Metro Boomin have reconvened to let the world know that their lack of trust has most assuredly not subsided.

The R&B-heavy, aptly named We Still Don't Trust You sees the duo intriguingly enlisting J. Cole ("Red Leather") as well as ASAP Rocky ("Show of Hands"), The Weeknd ("We Still Don't Trust You," "All to Myself"), and Lil Baby ("All My Life"). The 25-track, two-disc, 88-minute effort includes titles like "Beat It," "Jealous," "Nobody Knows My Struggle," "Streets Made Me a King," and "One Big Family."

Of course, the last time we alerted you to the arrival of new music from 40-year-old Future and 30-year-old Metro, the news came with the surprise inclusion of a Kendrick Lamar feature. The Hot 100 No. 1 hit "Like That" has been intently discussed and speculated on without pause for nearly a month now. Kendrick used the opportunity to dismantle any Big 3 assertions grouping him with Drake and J. Cole, namely the latter's argument on "First Person Shooter" that they all stand as "the Big 3 like we started a league."

To put it mildly, Kendrick disagreed, with his own "Like That" verse quickly spurring Cole's "7 Minute Drill" response. However, as has also equally intently discussed and speculated on in recent days, Cole swiftly walked back the diss with a very public expression of regret. Now he's on the final track of We Still Don't Trust You's first disc.

Stream Future and Metro Boomin's latest on Apple Music and Spotify now. Next up, Metro is set for a sold-out show at the base of the Great Pyramid of Giza.

Sold out the Giza show in less than 15 minutes! Excited to come to Egypt and perform in front of the Pyramids, it’s gonna be a special night to remember 🔥 #Boominati pic.twitter.com/ecblznYRTI

— Metro Boomin (@MetroBoomin) April 5, 2024
Twitter: @MetroBoomin

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