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Future & Metro Boomin’s ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’ Album: All 25 Tracks Ranked

By Michael Apr 12, 2024

Metro Boomin and Future are spinning the block for another round as the Atlanta duo has unleashed their We Still Don’t Trust You album three weeks after their first offering.

Young Metro and Pluto look to keep their winning streaks alive with the second serving arriving on Friday (April 12) and the LP includes two discs with 25 new tracks in total. Guest appearances are made by The Weeknd, J. Cole, A$AP Rocky and more.

The rapper-producer combination made plenty of noise with We Don’t Trust You last month, which topped the Billboard 200 with 251,000 total album-equivalent units in the week ending March 28, per Luminate.

“ALL PURELY OFF STREAMS NO PHYSICALS NO BUNDLES JUST GREAT MUSIC AND EMBRACE FROM YOU ALL!! THANK YOU!!!! #WETRUSTYOU #WEDONTTRUSTTHEM,” Metro wrote on X after the project reached No. 1.

Kendrick Lamar dropped an atomic bomb on the rap game with his guest appearance on “Like That” where he took aim at J. Cole and Drake. The fiery track soared to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned the most streams of any song in a week’s span in over a year.  

“Like That” ended up drawing 59.6 million streams and 5.6 million radio airplay audience impressions and sold 9,000 in the week ending March 28, according to Luminate.

“HIP HOP IS ALIVE AND WELL #WEDONTTRUSTYOU,” Metro wrote on social media after learning “Like That” had notched him his first No. 1 hit as a billed artist. (He reached the summit as a co-producer and co-writer on Migos’ “Bad & Boujee” and The Weeknd’s “Heartless”).

Future has laid low in the time since but the last few weeks have been turbulent for Metro. The super producer had his social media accounts hacked but fortunately, the St. Louis native got control of them once again after scammers briefly stole his identity at the top of April.

Metro and Future take out the Tesla Cyber truck for a victory lap with We Still Don’t Trust You. Dig into the album and our rankings of all 25 tracks filling the LP below.

By Michael

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