Metro Boomin net worth

Metro Boomin Net Worth 2022: How much does Metro Boomin make per song?

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Metro Boomin is an American songwriter and record producer who is worth $16 million. In the 2010s, Metro first became known for his work with rap and hip-hop artists from Atlanta. He has done well with artists like Future, Migos, Gucci Mane, 21 Savage, and ILoveMakonnen, and their songs have reached the top 20. Metro Boomin’s first studio album, “Not All Heroes Wear Capes,” came out in 2018. It opened at the top of the Billboard 200.

“Karate Chop” by Future with Lil Wayne, “Honest” by Future, “I Won” by Future with Kanye West, “Tuesday” by ILoveMakonnen with Drake, “3500” by Travis Scott with Future and 2 Chainz, “Blow a Bag” by Future, “Where Ya At” by Future with Drake, and “Jumpman” and “Big Rings” by Drake and Future are all hit songs that Metro Boomin produced Metro Boomin has also worked with a lot of other artists, like Young Thug, Meek Mill, Nicki Minaj, Fetty Wap, and Chief Kief.

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Early Life Details

Metro Boomin’s real name is Leland Tyler Wayne, and he was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on September 16, 1993. He is one of four children. Wayne got interested in music when he was in middle school and played bass guitar in the school band. When he was 13, he began making beats. Wayne went to Parkway North High School when he was a teen. Even though he first wanted to be a rapper, he ended up deciding to become a hip-hop producer instead.

Career

When Metro was a freshman at the prestigious “Morehouse College,” Future’s album “Honest,” which included his song “Karate Chop” with Lil Wayne, was a big hit.

He couldn’t handle being a music producer and a freshman in college at the same time, so he dropped out to make music production his full-time job.

In 2015, Travis Scott’s song “3500” with Future and 2 Chainz reached number 82 on the “Billboard US Hot 100,” number 25 on the “Billboard US R&B” chart, and number 16 on the “Billboard US Rap” chart.

The song “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1” by Kanye West and Kid Cudi got to number nine on the “Billboard US Hot Rap” chart the following year. The Weeknd and Future’s song “Low Life” made it to the eighth and fifth spots on the “Billboard US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop” chart.

In 2017, the song “Bank Account” by 21 Savage was number five on the “Billboard US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop” chart and number four on the “Billboard US Hot Rap” chart. The RIAA said that it was “platinum.”

In March 2018, the RIAA and the ARIA both said that the song “Ric Flair Drip” was “3x platinum” and “gold,” respectively.

How much does Metro Boomin make per song?

It’s strange to see a producer who is as popular as a rapper. But Metro Boomin, whose real name is Leland Wayne, is moving from mixing board to center stage, just like Pharrell, Timbaland, and Swizz Beats did before him. The recipient of the FORBES 30 Under 30 award wrote most of the songs on the top-selling albums of 2015, What A Time to Be Alive and Future’s DS2, which sold a total of 850,000 copies. He wants to become a household name in his own right. (It helps that he plays his catchphrase at least ten more times during the show.)

Other Projects

Metro planned to release an album with Young Thug called “Metro Thuggin’,” which was one of his other projects. To get the word out about the project, a group track called “The Blanguage” was put out. In the end, “Metro Thuggin” was never released, but some tracks from it leaked online in late 2015.

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Metro started its own record label, Boominati Worldwide, in June of 2017. It was launched with the help of Universal Music Group and Republic Records. Early the next year, Metro was part of a campaign for the store Gap with the rapper SZA. The campaign also included Metro’s own remix of the Thompson Twins’ song “Hold Me Now.”

Favorite Quotes From Metro Boomin

“Working with Thug and working with Future feels the same. They don’t sound like each other, but their creative process and their level of talent is the same. Anybody who knows both of them would agree.” – Metro Boomin

“A lot of people are programmed to think, ‘Oh, I want to do this, but I also want this.’ It’s like they want everything. You want your cake, and you want to eat it, too. Even though I guess you’re supposed to eat cake, I never really get that saying.” – Metro Boomin

“School is the same as producing: If you want to make it far, there are a million, trillion people trying to do the same thing. If you’re not in over-grind mode, it’s probably not going to work the way that you want it to.” – Metro Boomin

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