It's Metro Boomin's world, and Future — along with the rest of us— are just living in it. But seriously, Metro Boomin has solidified himself as modern-day hip-hop's premier producer. The producer, born Leland Tyler Wayne, has proven over and over that he is a music force to be reckoned with, and for good reason, too.
Future has repeatedly told all of us that if Young Metro doesn't trust you, then that's not a good thing, and he was right because rappers worldwide have done their best to land solid beats from the guy.
These beats have, in turn, landed numerous rappers hit records and lined Metro's pockets. Read on to find out just how much the talented St. Louis native is worth.
How much does Metro Boomin charge for a beat?
We all already know that Metro is a top-tier producer, which gives us the feeling that he probably charges a pretty penny for his work.
According to Highsnobsociety, the 30-year-old producer — who has worked with most of hip-hop's modern-day greats — charges between $75,000 and $149,999 for his services.
Something told us he wouldn't be cheap, and rightfully so! The man has created the sonic blueprint for some of the most memorable smash hit songs of the past decade.
How much is Metro Boomin worth?
We have already established that Metro Boomin works hard for his money, but how much is his net worth?
According to Highsnobsociety, he is worth an eye-watering $16 million.
Record prodcuer, music executive, rapper and DJ
Net worth: 16 million
Metro Boomin, born Leland Tyler Wayne, has solidified himself in modern-day hip-hop as a top-notch producer.
Over the course of his career, he has been responsible for Billboard top-charting songs, as well as records that resonate with hip-hop fans. According to reports, he is worth over $16 million.
That number is not surprising at all, especially given the fact that he is responsible for several era-defining songs like "Jumpman," "Congratulations," and "Bad and Boujee” (to name a few!)
Most hip-hop heads would agree that Metro's repertoire, especially between 2014 and 2016, is immaculate.
Metro Boomin can spit bars too!
Metro Boomin may primarily be known as a producer, but he has also created successful solo albums as a rapper.
His debut album Not All Heroes Wear Capes and his critically acclaimed Heroes & Villains both debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 upon their releases.
Metro has shown that he is also more than capable of being an equally brilliant solo act, which is often rare for people who are crossing over from one art form to another.
These days, Metro is diversifying its craft. He was previously tapped to take an active artistic role in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse as an executive producer for the film's soundtrack.
It is safe to say that Metro's ascent is showing no signs of slowing down, and we love that for him.