Metro Boomin Height, Age, Net Worth

Quick Info Metro Boomin :

NameLeland Tyler Wayne
NickNameMetro Boomin,Young Metro; Metro; Lil Metro
Date of BirthSeptember 16, 1993
Age (2024)31 Years
NationalityUnited States
HomeTownSt. Louis, Missouri
Height5ft 8in
ProfessionAmerican record producer
EducationMorehouse College, Parkway North High School
ParentsLeslie Joanne Wayne
Net Worth70-80 Million USD

Who is Metro Boomin ?

Leland Tyler Wayne, professionally known as Metro Boomin, stands as a luminary figure within the landscape of modern hip hop and trap music. Born on September 16, 1993, in St. Louis, Missouri, Wayne’s journey into the realm of music production commenced at a remarkably young age. He delved into beat-making at just 13, honing his craft with fervor and dedication, propelled by an innate talent and an insatiable passion for music. Gifted a laptop by his mother and armed with the music production software FruityLoops, he embarked on a creative odyssey that would eventually solidify his status as one of the industry’s most revered producers.

Metro Boomin
Metro Boomin

Throughout his adolescence, Wayne’s musical aspirations blossomed, driven by a relentless pursuit of excellence. While attending Parkway North High School, he immersed himself in the world of beats, churning out a staggering five compositions daily. Although his initial inclination was towards rapping, his inherent knack for production gradually took precedence, paving the way for a remarkable career trajectory.

Wayne’s ascent to prominence was marked by his move to Atlanta, Georgia, where he further cultivated his craft and forged invaluable connections within the music industry. His collaboration with artists such as Future, Young Thug, and Gucci Mane propelled him into the spotlight, showcasing his distinctive dark production style that would come to define his signature sound.

Facts about Metro Boomin :

  • Born Leland Tyler Wayne on September 16, 1993, in St. Louis, Missouri.
  • Started making beats at 13 after his mom bought him music production software.
  • Produced five beats a day in high school, initially for his own rapping.
  • Networked with artists online and travelled to Atlanta for collaborations during high school.
  • Early collaborators include Bricksquad Monopoly rappers and Atlanta’s Future.
  • Briefly attended Morehouse College but left to focus on music production.
  • Gained recognition for co-producing “Tuesday” by iLoveMakonnen (2014).
  • Frequent collaborator with artists like Future, Young Thug, 21 Savage, and Travis Scott.
Metro Boomin
Metro Boomin
  • Credited on numerous hit singles like “Jumpman,” “Low Life,” and “Bad and Boujee.”
  • First number-one production credit with Migos’ “Bad and Boujee” (2016).
  • More chart-topping productions with “Congratulations” (Post Malone), “Heartless” (The Weeknd).
  • Founded his own record label, Boominati Worldwide.
  • Released collaborative projects like “Savage Mode” with 21 Savage and “DropTopWop” with Gucci Mane.
  • Debut solo album, “Not All Heroes Wear Capes” (2018), debuted at number one on Billboard 200.
  • Follow-up album, “Heroes & Villains” (2022), also topped the Billboard 200.
  • “Creepin” (with The Weeknd and 21 Savage) from “Heroes & Villains” reached number three on Billboard Hot 100.
  • Most recent collaborative album, “We Don’t Trust You” (2024) with Future.
  • Tragically lost his mother in a murder-suicide in June 2022.
  • Awarded a key to the city of St. Louis in December 2023.
  • Considered one of the most influential producers in modern hip hop and trap music.

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