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Watch The Weeknd’s ‘Heartless’ Music Video

The Weeknd has dropped a psychedelic visual for his recently-released single “Heartless.” The track debuted at No. 32 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

In the Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas-inspired music video, The Weeknd and producer Metro Boomin party their way through Sin City.

Watch the video above and download the track on DJcity.

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Watch 21 Savage, Offset, and Metro Boomin’s ‘Ric Flair Drip’ Video

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21 Savage, Offset, and Metro Boomin have shared the video for their hit single, “Ric Flair Drip.” The track was DJcity’s 29th most-downloaded song of November.

As anticipated, the sleek visual stars the legendary wrestling icon Ric Flair. The Nature Boy is seen hanging with Offset and Metro throughout the video, flexing with their cars and jewelry in a luxury mansion.

“Ric Flair Drip” appears on 21 Savage, Offset, and Metro’s collaborative album, Without Warning. The project debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 last November.

Watch the video above and download “Ric Flair Drip” on DJcity.

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Nardwuar Interviews Metro Boomin

Following his hilarious conversation with DJ Khaled, Nardwuar is back with another key interview from SXSW. This time, the Canadian spoke with one of the today’s most sought-after hip-hop producers, Metro Boomin.
The 22-year-old producer/DJ discussed co-producing Kanye West’s “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1,” classic Atlanta and St. Louis hip-hop artists, Drumma Boy‘s influence on today’s hip-hop, and more. “Young Metro” also revealed that he’s going to collaborate with Organized Noize’s Sleepy Brown in the future.
Watch the full interview above.
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Watch Metro Boomin’s Interview With DJ Drama

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Metro Boomin and Southside perform at “Control” at Avalon Hollywood on Feb. 19, 2016. (Nate Vogel)
It wouldn’t be fair to discuss Future’s success without mentioning his frequent collaborator, Metro Boomin. The St. Louis-born producer has been a key component of Futch’s sound since 2013, having produced or co-produced singles like “Honest,” “Where Ya At,” “Jumpman,” “Big Rings,” and most recently, “Low Life.”
With his popularity on the rise, Metro sat down with DJ Drama on Shade 45 to discuss his work with Future, being one of the most influential producers in hip-hop, his upcoming EscoBoomin project with Future’s DJ and more.
Watch the full interview below.

Related: Drum Programming Tips from Metro Boomin

Drum Programming Tips from Metro Boomin

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In-demand hip-hop producer Metro Boomin has shared some drum programming tips in a video from Razer Music, a new resource for music producers.
The 22-year-old is best known for producing for rappers like Future, Travi$ Scott, iLoveMakonnen, Rich Homie Quan, and Rick Ross. Most recently, Metro crafted the majority of Drake and Future’s number one album, What a Time to Be Alive.
Watch Metro’s five-minute tutorial below, which is the first in a multi-part series.

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Akai Introduces the MPC Touch

MPC Touch
Japanese electronics company Akai has announced the newest member of its legendary MPC family, the MPC Touch.
Billed as “the most immersive music producing experience to date,” the MPC Touch combines physical pads with a colorful touchscreen and buttons for workflow access. And unlike previous MPC models, the MPC Touch will require a computer to operate it.
As part of the launch, Akai posted videos on its YouTube channel featuring influential hip-hop producers Metro Boomin and Needlz. The former is best known for his production work on ILoveMakonnen’s “Tuesday,” Travi$ Scott’s “3500,” and Future’s “Where Ya At.” You can watch both of the videos below along with Akai’s official introduction video.
The MPC Touch will hit stores in November with a suggested retail price of $764. Check out Akai’s website for more details.



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