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Breaking: Atlanta Rapstars Metro Boomin & Future Release ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’ LP, Features J. Cole, A$ap Rocky, The Weeknd, Lil Baby, Mike Dean & More

Photo: Future & Metro Boomin

Atlanta rap superstars Metro Boomin & Future have released their second collaborative album. Titled “We Still Don’t Trust You”, the flagrant 25-track joint features top-tier guest verses by Harlem’s iconic emcee A$ap Rocky, Atlanta’s rap MVP Lil Baby, The Weeknd, “might delete later” rapper J. Cole & more on two distinct discs.

Clocking at nearly an hour and a half, “We Still Don’t Trust You” is home to provocative songtitles including Cole-assisted “Red Leather”, “Always Be My Fault” with The Weeknd, “Mile High Memories”, “Gracious”, “Luv Bad B—–“, “This Sunday” & more.

The predecessor to Boomin & Pluto‘s “Still Don’t Trust You” LP, which went #1 on the Billboard Albums chart alongside its notorious rap record “Like That” featuring Kendrick Lamar, traverses 7 tracks on its Disc 2 including “#1 (Intro)”, “Nobody Knows My Struggle”, “All My Life” featuring Lil Baby, “Show of Hands” with A$ap Rocky & more.

Just ahead of releasing their second LP, and third full-length effort in nearly 10 years with the first one being the ATL trap classic “Monster”, Boomin & Future shared the exclusive Disc 1 tracklist. Check it out below.

At first listen, “We Still Don’t Trust You” isn’t as competitive as its predecessor. While the first instalment, which was released nearly three weeks ago, has fiercely divided global rap music after Lamar, Boomin & Future flagrantly dissed Drake & J. Cole on the 6th track from the record, their latest full-length explores grimy themes of Atlanta’s notorious rap life & royalties.

Even Cole’s verse on “We Still Don’t Trust You” doesn’t address Lamar’s lethal diss against him & “First Person Shooter” Drake.

Pluto got twenty girlfriends, damn, I’m doin’ it wrong
Cut off all my h—, now I’m only puttin’ you in the song
Day one, shawty been with me from the playground
Hey now, baby, that’s the reason I was playin’ ’round
Runnin’ like the chicken with his head cut off
Through the streets where the freaks love the red leather
On my shoulder blades, in my older age
She the era of my ways, but I’m still not totally over all the temptation
Why all the sin give you all the sensation?
Yeah, I’m with Future up in Onyx just wastin’
A lot of money on the stripper education
Throw so much paper that we causin’ an inflation
Now it’s late and I’m getting impatient,”
Cole raps on “Red Leather”.

Cole’s verse arrives within days after the “Might Delete Later” rapper apologized to Lamar for dissing him on “7 Minute Drill”. Within hours of releasing the T-Minus & Conductor Williams-produced rap record, Cole issued an apology to Lamar and revealed that the diss “didn’t sit right with his spirit”.

During his headlining performance at the Dreamville Festival in Raleigh, North Carolina, Cole further urged Lamar to “forgive him” and referred to him as “one of the greatest” rappers in Hip-Hop.

“Y’all heard that bazooka that was dropped on the game, right? Boy, I must have had a thousand missed calls. Texts flooded.,” Cole said amidst the performance addressing his rebuttal at the Pulitzer Prize-winning emcee.

Drake is yet to issue a statement about Cole’s guest appearance on Future & Metro Boomin’s latest LP.

Notably, Rocky & Boomin’s latest collaboration on “We Still Don’t Trust You”, titled “Show My Hands”, marks their second collaboration amidst high anticipation for Flacko’s forthcoming 4th studio album “Don’t Be Dumb”.

Last year, Rocky & Boomin joined forces on “Am I Dreaming” – the 2nd rap record on the Boomin-produced “Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse” soundtrack.

Stream ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’ by Future & Metro Boomin via Spotify.