Future, Metro Boomin Announce Two Collaborative Albums

Future, Metro Boomin Announce Two Collaborative Albums

Future and Metro Boomin have announced plans to drop two collaborative albums. The Atlanta-based rappers announced the first project, called We Don't Trust You, will be released on March 22, and a second still-unnamed album will come out three weeks later on April 12. The duo released a trailer for the two records on YouTube,…

Future and Metro Boomin have announced plans to drop two collaborative albums.

The Atlanta-based rappers announced the first project, called We Don’t Trust You, will be released on March 22, and a second still-unnamed album will come out three weeks later on April 12.

The duo released a trailer for the two records on YouTube, showing Metro and Future riding in white Rolls Royce’s through the desert before hopping out and standing side by side.

“There’s a lot of f***in’ garbage ass rappers out here, running around,” a voiceover says in the clip. “These n***s ain’t supposed to be rapping, son. This game is meant for a select, simple few. A select few, man. And that’s what it is today. I don’t give a f***, ain’t nothin’ changed.”

Metro and Future have collaborated on songs for nearly a decade, although the new records will be their first collaborative albums together.

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