Future and Metro Boomin Announce New Album 'We Still Don't Trust You' Amid Latest Set Success

A few weeks after releasing 'We Don't Trust You', the 'Turn On the Lights' rapper and the 'Mr. Right Now' spitter surprise fans with a revelation of a new joint record.

AceShowbiz - Future and Metro Boomin have announced that they have a new collaborative album coming soon. A few weeks after releasing their latest joint record "We Don't Trust You", the "Turn On the Lights" rapper and the "Mr. Right Now" spitter surprised their fans with another one titled "We Still Don't Trust You".

On Thursday, April 4, Future and Metro made use of their Instagram accounts to share the exciting news. In a new joint post, the two hip-hop artists uploaded a teaser video of the album. In the clip, the two are documented walking towards each other before standing side-by-side. They then turn their bodies to face the camera.

For the teaser, Future and Metro look in sync in their nearly all-white ensembles. Both of them sport white shirts under matching blazers. They also rock matching ties, a pair of long matching tailored pants and matching boots.

Future himself goes incognito with a white fur headpiece covering his hair and face. He also covers his eyes with a pair of black sunglasses. As for Metro, he flaunts his long brown locks, which are braided and styled in a half ponytail. He also wears a white baseball hat and a pair of simple silver earrings.

Along with the short clip, the "We Don't Trust You" collaborators revealed the release date of "We Still Don't Trust You". In the caption of the post, the simply wrote, "Job's not finished," before adding, "4/12/24."

Future and Metro broke the news about the new collaborative record a few weeks after they released "We Don't Trust You". The joint record, which was unleashed on March 22, debuted atop the Billboard 200.

The album consists of seventeen tracks, including one titled "Like That" that reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Aside from it, four other songs from the set made it to the Top 10 on the tally with "Type S**t" at No. 2, "Cinderella" at No. 6, "We Don't Trust You" at No. 8.and "Young Metro" at No. 9.

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