After Metro Boomin has declared his retirement from the rap industry he returns back with a star-studded new album, Not all Heroes Wear Capes. Rolling to his favourite collaborators, Metro filled the tracklist with all the faces you might expect on a project like this: 21 Savage, Travis Scott, Gucci Mane, Young Thug, Drake, Offset, Kodak Black, Post Malone, Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi Vert and lot more. The 21 Savage’s ASMR bars on “Don’t Come Out The House”? Maybe Gunna’s splashy rhymes on “Space Cadet?” We ranked the top five. Here are the best highlights on Metro Boomin’s new album:
- No More By Kodak Black
Listening Kodak Black is the best feeling ever I got. On “No More,” the rapper shows an unhappy side And it comes in full force from the beginning of its verse. As he’s tired, got out, and is alone – and you can feel all this in his voice. But in recent days I am doing Happiness I don’t even know who keep it real anymore,” his verse begins.
2. Dreamcatcher BY Travis Scott
After his “Dreamcatcher” we all know clearly to officially start referring to him as a rebirth man for his vocals. thematically, it’s a little all over the place; he goes from needing face time with his lady to reflecting on his inflexibility to comparing himself and his journey to Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst.
- 10 Freaky Girls By 21 Savage
Equal parts are comedians and stuntmen
On “10 Freaky Girls,” 21 Savage is equivalent amounts of comedian and stuntman. Over a beat that starts and closures with tests of Patti Labelle’s R&B classic “If Only You Knew,” 21 sets aside the opportunity to help us why he’s one to remember the most engaging rappers in the game.