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Metro Boomin says joint album with Future is coming, after their recent Coachella performance
Metro Boomin confirms joint album with Future
Over the weekend, Metro Boomin delivered a performance at Coachella, where he even went on to bring out Future and John Legend. There, the two also teased a joint album, which many fans have wanted for a while now.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday, Metro confirmed that this album is in fact happening. He thanked fans for all of the support at Coachella, and said that the “Metro Pluto” album is on the way. However, an official title and release date for this project hasn’t officially been publicly finalized, just yet.
“After a 10+ year journey it was surreal to perform @coachella in front of 20k+ with my brother @1future 🦅🦅🦅 Metro Pluto album otw🔥🔥🔥🔥#TROCHELLA”
Metro’s Coachella performance with Future as well as the announcement of this joint album comes after Metro released his sophomore album, in December. That was “Heroes & Villains,” as Metro collaborated with Future, Chris Brown, Travis Scott, Young Thug, John Legend, and more. His “Superhero” song with Future off of that project has since become a major success. Heroes & Villains was also Metro’s first number one album, as it was released five years after “Not All Heroes Wear Capes.” Metro is also executive producing the soundtrack to the new “Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse” film.
Check out Metro Boomin discussing his upcoming joint album with Future, below.