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Metro Boomin – Heroes & Villains (album)

Heroes & Villains Album Review by Metro Boomin

Metro Boomin - Heroes & Villains (album)

Metro Boomin – Heroes & Villains (album). As talented as Metro Boomin is at producing singles (Bad and Boujee, “Mask Off,” Post Malone’s “Congratulations,” and The Weeknd’s “Heartless”), he is as skilled at assembling albums.

Savage Mode and Savage Mode II by 21 Savage, the collaboration between Savage and Offset on Without Warning, NOT ALL HEROES WEAR CAPE, released in 2018, and its sequel, the second of a planned trilogy.


They are all examples of how rap in its extended form is just as vibrant as its shorter equivalents. He tells Apple Music, “I didn’t want to be doing those things where it’s like, “Okay, I just phoned every artist on my phone” or “Let me just show you and flex everybody I could get on the song.”

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“You get what I mean when I say that it’s like a movie? These two characters may have been present in this scene, but you may not have seen this character until two scenes later. And now he’s back inside with this man. They are altogether right now. only combining the bags.”

Simple enough, or it seems simple. The form of HEROES & VILLAINS, though, is a fascinating and compelling thing, gliding from harsh to reflective, slick to classic-sounding with an elegance that feels both in control and organic.

The juxtaposition of the “characters” he alludes to—the boom of Future on “Superhero,” the deadpan menace of 21 Savage on “Walk Em Down,” the alien croon of Don Toliver on “Too Many Nights,” and the mania of Young Thug—brings out their individual qualities.

See also Metro Boomin – Superhero Ft. Future & Chris Brown

Nobody actually knows or can guess what’s going through Thug’s mind, Metro claims. Man, he’s one in a trillion. If you still believe he can just write a rap, check out the dance-oriented “Around Me” or the Weeknd-assisted “Creeping,” which transforms the lighthearted heartbreak of Mario Winans’ “I Don’t Wanna Know” from 2004 into something eerie and fresh.

For those who already know NOT ALL HEROES and were curious, Morgan Freeman is present as well. “What’s the weirdest thing we can think of, was the question.

Morgan thought it was crucial for young people to hear what was being said in the script because he really liked what it was saying, the values it upheld, and certain things in it.”

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