Metro Boomin explains why he didn’t add Drake’s verse on his album

Atlanta-based Super Producer Metro Boomin has joined legendary DJ Drama’s podcast ‘Streetz Is Watchin Radio’ where he discussed his recently released album ‘Heroes & Villains’ which is getting positive reactions from fans.

Earlier this month one of the songs from Metro Boomin’s album titled ‘Trance’ with Drake’s unreleased verse surfaced online, which also featured heavy hitters Travis Scott & Young Thug in the album version. The song was one of the top 50 hits from the album on Billboard Charts and upon Drake’s verse surfaced it had fans wondering why the hit-making producer didn’t keep it in the album.

Metro Boomin has addressed this in the interview recalling a studio session with Drizzy “Really it was a song which i had did with Travis and Thug originally for my album. And i was with Drake in the studio one time, we was gonna do some stuff for my album he wanted to hear songs from my album. Then he heard that one and he really wanted to get on it.” 

He added that Drake’s verse was cool but with Travis and Young Thug’s verses plus the outro of the song “there wasn’t really no room, it wasn’t nothing personal”

Right after Drake’s verse hit the internet Metro Boomin shared an original version of “Knife Talk a collaboration between Drake, 21 Savage, and samples Project Pat which was produced by Metro himself. Fans started to speculate that there might be something brewing up between the Canadian Rapper and Atlanta producer. Metro straightaway ended all speculations saying “Too much love for bro. Remember the internet is not a real place.

Watch Metro Boomin’s interview and check his tweets below: