Metro Boomin Insists New Album Would Have Gone No. 1 Regardless


Metro Boomin insists his joint album with Future, We Do not Belief You, would have topped the Billboard charts whatever the drama surrounding the discharge.

Metro Boomin Reacts to Information of New Album and Tune Going No. 1

On Monday (April 1), former XXL editor-in-chief Elliott Wilson shared a put up on Instagram, which exhibits a Metro Boomin tweet the place the producer is celebrating his joint album with Future, We Do not Belief You, debuting No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. Metro commented below the put up, “#VillainEra.”

Some followers within the remark part started to indicate the album wouldn’t have reached the heights it has if not for the drama with Drake and Kendrick Lamar dissing Drizzy and J. Cole on “Like That.”

“Album was going #1 regardless,” Metro added in a follow-up remark. “There was gonna be a #1 single regardless. Get off d**ok that man don’t even know y’all.”

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Future and Metro Dominate the Charts

We Do not Belief You debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart on Sunday (March 31), with the most important first-week gross sales variety of any album launched in 2024. On Monday, the highest 10 of the Billboard Sizzling 100 was introduced, revealing “Like That” has topped the singles chart as nicely. Future joins Drake as the one two male artists in historical past to debut a track and an album No. 1 concurrently on two totally different events.

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Take a look at Metro Boomin’s remark about We Do not Belief You going No. 1 under.

See Metro Boomin’s Remark

Metro Boomin feedback about We Do not Belief You going No. 1.


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