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Finding your way in the music industry is one thing while becoming a successful act in your own right is another. Metro Boomin, at just 26 years old, has accomplished much success in just a few years. He's been making beats since he was 13 years old, but it wasn't until he was 20 in 2013, when he he broke through onto the national radar after producing Future's \"Karate Chop,\" and releasing his first mixtape, 19 & Boomin.
With a resume that includes working with top-tier artists that are a who's who of modern Atlanta rap, like Future and Young Thug, Metro used the internet to build relationships with the artists that he'd eventually earn plaques with. By 2016, he was a multiplatinum producer, earning executive producer credits on Future's legendary mixtape Monster in addition to Drake and Future's What a Time to Be Alive. He also went on to drop his solo album Not All Heroes Wear Capes in 2018, after helping build up the career of 21 Savage, thanks to their 2016 joint EP Savage Mode. In short, Metro has made a lot of incredible beats, so XXL highlights the very best to illustrates his talent.
The beats also come wth stems. Stems are individual tracks that make up a beat. For example, if your beat contains drum, piano and guitar, you would receive 3 stem files, one for each instrument. You can edit the stems in your DAW to make your song shorter/longer/etc.
Leland Tyler Wayne was born on September 16, 1993, in St. Louis, Missouri, where he attended Parkway North High School. He has four siblings. After a brief stint playing bass guitar in his middle school band, he turned to making beats in the seventh grade at age 13. This happened when his mother bought him a laptop and he got a copy of the music production software FruityLoops. In high school, he produced five beats a day. Initially, Wayne wanted to rap, and started making beats so that he could have music to rap over. However, he eventually turned his full attention toward hip hop production. As he continued to hone his production skills, while still in high school, he began to utilize online social media platforms, such as Twitter, to network with more established rap artists as well as beat submissions for potential music placements. 59ce067264