Nardwuar has been running wild the past week, engaging with the artists located in Austin, TX for SXSW. Previously going into an interview with Kehlani and DJ Khaled, Nardwuar now interviews Metro Boomin.
If you’ve been watching Metro Boomin’s progress over the years, he’s humbled, hungry, and just wants to work hard at his craft. His journey has taken him out of the Morehouse College atmosphere and put him in the studio with some of hip-hop and pop culture’s biggest names. Ultimately, it has led him to brand himself beyond the producer standpoint; becoming apart of pop-culture itself.
His producer tags are a huge part of it all. “This beat is so-so Metro” began the run, then to “Metro Boomin want some more ni**a.” From there, it went to “Young Metro (x3)” and into “If Young Metro don’t trust ya, i’m gon’ shoot you.” Now everyone is questioning if Metro trusts them or not.
During his interview with Nardwuar, Metro was gifted a Tupac Shakur doll, the size of his hand. “Pac was real, and he put everything into his music, the passion and the drive,” Metro Boomin said on Tupac.
In authentic Nardwuar-fashion, he pulled out some old pictures and some old records to catch a nostalgic moment for Metro. Nardwuar even pulled out an old J-Kwon record.
“Does Young Metro trust Trump,” Nardwuar asked. Metro responded “Who can trust that ni**a?”
Check out the full interview with Nardwuar and Metro Boomin below :
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