Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds. Return to mobile? Yes No.
The project was in honor of The Notorious B. I. G. on the 19th anniversary of his death.
Metro Boomin' sets out to answer that question with his newest project "Ready To Boom,"
Follow Billboard. All rights reserved. If there has been one single turning point in 21 Savage 's life so far, it would have to be the night he turned 21, the night the bullets flew and connected, the night that he lost his best friend. His attacker was arrested; Savage was rushed to a hospital. Police called it a shootout. The media, save for an initial report, never followed up. Much like the music he releases, the year-old can be dour, serious, almost detached in a way, yet relentlessly real.
The music section of the site, day to day, will contain artist profiles, album reviews, video content and interviews with musicians and industry affiliates, accompanied by illustration. New era heavyweight Metro Boomin's trap infused beats get laced with some Biggie Smalls vocals in this surprisingly good mash up. The mix arrived 19 years to the day that B. Again, late to the party. The gents behind it even pay homage to the old school album art, adding Metro's hairstyle and MICK's son's face to the original baby's body from the Ready To Die cover. Biggie's delivery and lyrical content actually sits really well against Metro's indelible style. So yeah, press play and enjoy.
Is your mind made up and you want justifying support. And of course, when it happens, no one the leaver or the faithful spouse could have predicted it. He is coming to church with me and our daughter for the ward Christmas program.