Metro Boomin Reveals He Isn't Beefing With Drake
As we close the chapter on this year, whispers of an unexpected and speculated feud find the prospect of resolution. The unanticipated tension between Metro Boomin and Drake has become a subject of intrigue, marked by subtle hints discerned by keen-eyed fans.
The friction initiated when Metro expressed dissatisfaction with Drake's "Her Loss" winning in rap album categories at award shows and rankings, overshadowing Metro's own "HEROES & VILLAINS."
Drake, in what appeared to be a response during a Stake stream, further fueled speculation with cryptic social media activity, leading fans to create theories and connect perceived dots. However, according to the St. Louis native, the public has blown this out of proportion.
Recently, Metro Boomin took to Twitter to engage with fans, addressing inquiries about the alleged beef with Drake. One user posed the question, "Are u and Drake seriously beefing or is it not that deep?" to which the 30-year-old producer replied, "Not deep at all lmao."
not deep at all lmao— Metro Boomin (@MetroBoomin) December 30, 2023
While he clarified that it's not a significant issue, he didn't outright state that the beef is nonexistent, leaving room for fan interpretations. Despite this clarification, speculation might persist as fans continue to analyze every nuance.
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It's worth noting that Metro Boomin and Drake have a history of collaboration, with Metro even contributing a beat to "Her Loss." This shared musical past suggests the possibility of a collaborative effort in the future, potentially putting an end to the speculations.
The looming Grammys could also provide a platform for the two to either congratulate each other or commiserate over losses to fellow artists like Travis Scott, Killer Mike, or Nas. Time will unveil the true dynamics, and the upcoming year might bring clarity.
Meanwhile, Metro Boomin's focus extends beyond rumored conflicts. Teasing new music with Paul Wall, the Boominati boss hints at upcoming projects in 2024. Additionally, fans are eagerly anticipating the collaborative album with Future, a project the beatmaker has promised to conclude shortly.