Future & Metro Boomin

Future & Metro Boomin Drop Highly-Anticipated Sequel Album ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’

Hip-hop superstars Future and Metro Boomin have released their second joint album in less than a month, titled We Still Don’t Trust You. The project arrived at midnight on Friday, April 12th, just three weeks after the duo’s chart-topping first collaboration album We Don’t Trust You.

We Still Don’t Trust You features an expansive 18-song track list, nearly doubling the length of its predecessor. The album is divided into two parts – “Disc 1” contains the 18 tracks initially teased by Future and Metro, while “Disc 2” includes 7 additional songs.

The album boasts an impressive lineup of guest features from some of music’s biggest names. The Weekend lends his vocals to the cinematic opening title track We Still Don’t Trust You, while rap heavyweights J. Cole and Travis Scott also make appearances.

However, the full extent of the project’s star-studded collaborations was kept tightly under wraps until release.

We Still Don’t Trust You continues to showcase Future and Metro Boomin’s undeniable chemistry and hit making abilities. Early previews hint at the pair expanding their sound beyond signature trap and hip-hop into synth pop and stripped-back production.

The album aims to solidify Future and Metro’s status as one of rap’s most unstoppable duos.

Anticipation for We Still Don’t Trust You reached a fever pitch following the massive success of We Don’t Trust You in March. That album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and spawned the Hot 100 No. 1 hit “Like That” featuring Kendrick Lamar, which stirred up controversy with its shots at Drake and J. Cole.

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Future first revealed plans for a Metro Boomin joint album back in January 2023, but the project was delayed into 2024 as the two perfectionists continued to tinker away in the studio. Metro publicly vowed not to shave his beard until the album was completed and turned in.

The album’s title and concept continue the theme of Future’s famous producer tag “If Young Metro don’t trust you, I’m gon’ shoot you”, which originated from a 2015 recording session with Future and Uncle Murda.

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The menacing trailer for We Still Don’t Trust You released earlier this month featured a snippet of new music and promised that “the story continues.”

With We Still Don’t Trust You, Future and Metro Boomin further cement their status as one of the most exciting and prolific collaborations in hip-hop today. The album is expected to make a huge splash on the charts and kickstart an even bigger year for the trap legends.

We Still Don’t Trust You is out now via Freebandz/Epic Records/Boominati Worldwide/Republic Records.

Stream it below.

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