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11.08 Metro Boomin – Not All Heroes Wear Capes (Deluxe) (2018)


Ü ARTIST…..: Metro Boomin
LABEL……: Republic Records
GENRE……: Rap
RIP DATE…: 2018-11-08
RETAIL DATE: 2018-11-06
RUNTIME….: 1:27:20
TRACKS…..: 26
SIZE…….: 205.2MB
QUALITY….: 320kbps 44.1kHz
CODEC……: MP3 (MPEG-2 Audio Layer III)

01. 10AM/Save The World 03:46
02. Overdue 02:46
03. Don’t Come Out The House 02:48
04. Dreamcatcher 03:31
05. Space Cadet 03:23
06. 10 Freaky Girls 03:28
07. Up To Something 03:04
08. Only 1 (Interlude) 01:20
09. Lesbian 03:26
10. Borrowed Love 03:50
11. Only You 03:38
12. No More 04:25
13. No Complaints (Bonus) 04:25
14. 10AM/Save The World (Instrumenta 03:46
15. Overdue (Instrumental) 02:46
16. Don’t Come Out The House (Instru 02:48
17. Dreamcatcher (Instrumental) 03:31
18. Space Cadet (Instrumental) 03:23
19. 10 Freaky Girls (Instrumental) 03:28
20. Up To Something (Instrumental) 03:04
21. Only 1 (Interlude) (Instrumental 01:20
22. Lesbian (Instrumental) 03:26
23. Borrowed Love (Instrumental) 03:50
24. Only You (Instrumental) 03:38
25. No More (Instrumental) 04:05
26. No Complaints (Instrumental) (Bo 04:25

METRO BOOMIN continually delivers hits that push boundaries and
define the modern sound. By the age of 23, he had already
architected an unbreakable string of smashes for the likes of
Drake, Kanye West, The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar, Future, Nicki
Minaj, Travi$ Scott, and many more. 2017 has been an explosive
year for METRO, having produced 5 Top 10 records on the Hot 100
Chart this year alone including Post Malone’s triple-platinum
smash “Congratulations” [feat. Quavo], Migos’ platinum “Bad and
Boujee” [feat. Lil Uzi Vert], Future’s platinum “Mask Off,” Kodak
Black’s platinum “Tunnel Vision” and Big Sean’s platinum “Bounce
Back.” In 2016 he scored the BET Hip Hop Award for “Best Producer
of the Year,” and watched his cumulative streams reach billions
worldwide. Adding to his countless credits, he served as
executive producer for Drake & Future’s platinum-certified 2015
collaboration What A Time To Be Alive in addition to producing
the triple-platinum “Jumpman.” Covering The Fader, the
publication described METRO as “arguably the most in-demand
producer in hip-hop,” while Billboard dubbed him, “One of the
brightest rising stars in hip-hop today.” He’s been prominently
featured by Noisey, Forbes, Washington Post, Complex, and more.

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