Metro Boomin’s net worth

Metro Boomin’s net worth

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As of April 2024, Metro Boomin’s net worth was roughly $16 Million.

Metro Boomin is an American record producer, executive, songwriter, and DJ from St.Louis.

He began a production career in high school. He became known for his successful recordings with Atlanta hip-hop and trap artists such as Future, 21 Savage, Gucci Mane, and Migos in the mid-2010s.

Metro Boomin’s net worth in early life 

Early Life Leland Tyler Wayne was born in St Louis, Missouri, on September 16, 1993.

Wayne is the son of Lamont and Leslie Wayne. His family is originally from Atlanta, Georgia.

He attended the ‘Parkway North High School’ in St. Louis County.

He was fond of playing bass guitar in his middle-school band.

Metro boomin’ net worth Career

While Metro Boomin was in high school, his mother often drove him from St. Louis to Atlanta to collaborate with artists he met online.

One of these artists, Tay Don, was able to introduce him to Gucci Mane and OJ da Juiceman, who opened a lot of doors for him.

Soon after, he met Future, who would become one of his most frequent collaborators as he built his own career.

Upon graduating from high school, Boomin moved to Atlanta to attend Morehouse College but took a hiatus to focus full-time on music.

Metro Boomin’ Early Career

In 2012, Metro Boomin worked with Future on the song “Hard,” which was included in DJ Esco’s Welcome 2 Mollyworld mixtape.

The following year, he released his mixtape, 19 & Boomin, which included collaborations with Young Thug, Future, and Gucci Mane.

Metro Boomin appeared on Nicki Minaj’s album The Pinkprint in 2014 and produced Future’s mixtape Monster the same year.

In 2015, Metro was an executive producer on Drake and Future’s collaborative mixtape What a Time to Be Alive.

He also helped produce Future’s 2016 mixtape Purple Reign and won Producer of the Year at the BET Hip Hop Awards.

A year later, he was credited with producing hits like “Bad and Boujee,” “Low Life,” and “Jumpman.”

In 2017, he produced Kodak Black’s “Tunnel Vision” and Big Sean’s “Mask Off,” both of which topped the charts.

A Successful Artist and Producer

A Successful Artist & Producer, Metro Boomin and fellow producer Nav released the singles “Perfect Timing” and “Call Me” in 2017 from their collaborative mixtape, Perfect Timing.

Soon after, he collaborated with 21 Savage and Offset on the album Without Warning, which was a surprise release for fans.

He then worked with Big Sean on the single “Pull Up n Wreck,” together, they released the collaborative album Double or Nothing.

Metro partnered with singer SZA in a Gap campaign in early 2018 and self-produced a “Hold Me Now remix.”

In April 2018, Metro shocked fans by announcing his retirement on Instagram. However, he still earned production credits on Nicki Minaj’s Queen.

A few months later, billboards calling Boomin a “missing person” began appearing in Atlanta and New York.

Metro Boomin’ Recent Work

Following numerous billboard advertisements, Metro Boomin announced his debut album, Not All Heroes Wear Capes, making his comeback.

This album dropped in November 2018 and featured guest appearances from Travis Scott, Kodak Black, Gucci Mane, and 21 Savage.

In 2019, he produced Offset’s Father of 4 and The Weeknd’s single “Heartless,” which reached no. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Metro returned in 2020 to collaborate with 21 Savage on Savage Mode II, a sequel to their 2016 EP Savage Mode.

His second studio album, Heroes & Villains, was released in December 2022, accompanied by a short film preview.

That same month, the Film’s screenwriters confirmed that Metro would be working on the soundtrack for Spider-Man: Across the Spiderverse.

He also provided the voice for “Metro Spider-Man,” a fictionalized version of himself in the Film.

He recently produced the lobby theme for the Chapter 4 Season of Fortnite Battle Royale and worked on Kanye West’s Vultures.


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