Within five years of his first output with Future, producer Leland Wayne amassed well over a dozen Top 20 R&B/hip-hop hits. The St. Louis, Missouri native did it with a low-gloss, jet-black sound sufficiently reflected in his alias, Metro Boomin. Wayne's name was on Billboard charts for the first time as the producer of Future's "Karate Chop" and "Honest." Once iLoveMakonnen's "Tuesday" hit the R&B/hip-hop Top Ten the following year, Wayne was a constant presence near the top of that chart. "Jumpman" (Drake and Future), "Low Life" (Future), "X" (with 21 Savage), and "Bad and Bougee" (Migos) were among the 2016 hits, followed by "Bounce Back" (Big Sean) and "Mask Off" (Future) in 2017. ~ Andy Kellman
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