|Celebrated Name:||Metro Boomin|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Leland Tyler Wayne|
|Age:||26 years old|
|Birth Date:||16 September 1993|
|Birth Place:||St. Louis, Missouri, United States|
|Marital Status:||In Relationship|
|Profession:||American record producer, record executive, songwriter, and DJ|
|Net Worth in 2020:||$10 million|
|Last Updated:||March 2020|
Metro Boomin, whose birth name is Leland Tyler Wayne is an American record executive who is also a record producer as well as a DJ. His prominence came as a result of uniting well with rap artists who are very famous such as Gucci Mane, Big Sean, Migos, and others.
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Metro was born in 1993,16th September. He was born in St Louis, Missouri. He went to Parkway North High School. Boomin was born to four children of the family. In middle school, Metro taught himself to play bass guitar in the school band. At thirteen years, Metro started making beats. The exercise began after his mother purchased him a laptop with access to a copy of the software of Fruity Loops.
During his high school life, Metro could churn out at least five beats per day. His first interest was on the rap and, therefore, compiled beats to get music rap over. He decided to make the beats himself as they were very costly during that time. He then diverted himself to hip-hop production.
As he increased his know-how on production skills in high school, he started using social media platforms like Twitter to encounter more rap artists and also submitting his placements electronically.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 16 September 1993, Metro Boomin is 26 years old as of today’s date 30th March 2020. His height is 1.80 m tall, and his weight is 75 kg.
During his high school life, he was assisted by his mother to meet his discovery artist over social media, where his mother would drive him in her car for more than 8 hours a day. He could take Metro from St Louis to Atlanta.
Metro’s earliest collaborator was Tay Don from the Bricksquad Monopoly band and later OJ Da Juiceman and after that Gucci Mane. Metro Boomin went to Atlanta to pursue a career in music at Morehouse college but chose to study Business Management on arrival.
He was unable to balance his schedule for the music hours. The only solution for him was to stop learning and concentrate on music. He collaborated with artists like Young Thug, Meek Mill, Young Scooter, and S.A.M., among others. Metro Boomin, in other times, worked with modern hip-hop producers, among whom Zaytoven, Young Chop, and Southside.
Metro Boomin seriously worked with the Future, who was a famous rapper. Their first song was called Hard and was part of the album named Welcome 2 Mollyworld. They continued working together in other songs and sophomores album called Honest.
In 2013, May Metro spoke publicly of his first-ever mixtape, known as 198 Boomin, after going to stage with artists like Gucci Manes and Trinidad James. The mixtape consisted of original songs like Maison Margiela and also released as music videos.
Awards & Achievements.
In 2016, Metro Boomin won BET Hip-hop Awards for the producer of the year. He also won BMI R&B Hip-hop Awards for the producer of the year. This took place the same year. The following year Metro Boomin maintained the same Awards.
Net Worth & Salary of Metro Boomin in 2020
As of March 2020, Metro Boomin has an estimated net worth of $10 million. His wealth came up through his role as a DJ in his music career. He has also been a music executive where he has amassed the mentioned net worth. Boomin has the role of record producer, where he also gathered much wealth through the recording.
His mother has cultivated the net worth of Metro Boomin mentioned above for the fact that the first instruments were bought for him. He also took his time to transport Metro to where he could meet his social media artists to collaborate in his rapping.