Hip Hop Awards 2022: Metro Boomin’ Biggest Records Ranked

The award-winning musician earned a nod for the ‘Producer of the Year’ award.

Award-winning producer Metro Boomin’ began producing professionally while still in high school. In the mid-2010s, he gained popularity after working with some of the biggest rap stars, including Future, Young Thug, 21 Savage, and many more. The Atlanta native has earned over a dozen top 20 hits, including "Mask Off" by Future, “Congratulations" by Post Malone, "Tunnel Vision" by Kodak Black, and many more. At this year’s BET Hip Hop Awards, Metro is up for “Producer of the Year,” He is facing off against several talented musicians, the likes of ATL Jacob, Baby Keem, Hit-Boy, Hitmaka, Kanye West, and Pharrell Williams.  Ahead of the ceremony, hosted by Fat Joe, we’re looking at some of Metro’s biggest hits.

  • 1. Migos — “Bad and Boujee” feat. Lil Uzi Vert

    Hip hop Migos tapped fellow Atlanta native Metro for their smash 2016 single “Bad and Boujee,” with rapper Lil Uzi Vert for an assist. Grammy-nominated producer G-Koop co-produced. The song appeared on the group’s second studio album, Culture, and went viral almost immediately.  The track topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart, earning Migos and Uzi their first charting song.

  • 2. Future — “Mask Off”

    “Mask Off” served as the second lead single off Future’s 2017 self-titled fifth studio album.  Metro Boomin produced the song, and fellow Hip Hop Awards nominee Colin Tilley directed the video. Model Amber Rose and DJ Esco make cameos.

    At the time, the track was Future’s highest charting record as a lead artist reaching number five.  Last year, he appeared on Drake’s popular single “Way 2 Sex” and his own song, “Wait For U,” both of which topped the chart in September 2021 and May 2022.

  • 3. Kodak Black — “Tunnel Vision”

    “Tunnel Vision” is the second single from Florida-based rapper Kodak Black’s debut studio album  Painting Pictures. The 2017 track was produced by Metro Boomin, Southside, and Cubeatz. It has peaked at number six on the US Billboard Hot 100.

  • 4. Big Sean — “Bounce Back”

    Metro joined a group of highly talented producers, including Smash David, Johnson,  and fellow Hip Hop Awards Nominee nominee Hitmaka for Big Sean’s 2016 trap record “Bounce Back.” It ultimately peaked at number six on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the Detroit emcee’s highest charting single to date.

  • 5. Post Malone — “Congratulations” feat. Quavo

    Metro co-wrote and produced the 2017 celebratory record featuring Quavo.  The song was the fifth single from Malone's debut studio album, Stoney. It peaked at number eight on the US Billboard Hot 100 before going to Diamond.

    Watch the Hip Hop Awards on  Tuesday, October 4, at 9 PM ET/PT on BET

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