Wizkid features on 2 songs off producer, Metro Boomin's new album, ''Not All Heroes Wear Capes''

Posted on Nov 3 2018 - 7:42pm by admin

Wizkid joins Drake, Travis Scott, 21 Savage, Young Thug and more on Metro Boomin’s ”Not All Heroes Wear Capes” album.

Pulse had reported in July that Wizkid was working with international producer, Metro Boomin, who is notable for producing songs for top artistes like Drake and winning the BET Awards for Best Hip-Hop Producer in 2018 and 2017 after the duo were spotted together in the studio.

The outcome of that encounter has now been brought to light following the release of Metro Boomin’s new album, ”Not All Heroes Wear Capes” on Friday, November 2nd.

play Wizkid and Metro Boomin in the studios (Instagram/Wizkidayo)


The 13 track album which features a number of guest appearances including Wizkid, who contributes to two of the songs, in ‘Only You’ with Offset and J Balvin, and ‘Borrowed Love’ alongside Swae Lee.

play Tracklist for Metro Boomin’s ”Not All Heroes Wear Cape” album (Spotify/MetroBoomin)

Metro, who earlier in the year hinted at retirement, seems to have had a change of heart and teased his fans with cryptic billboards messages bearing Not All Heroes Wear Capes placed in New York and Atlanta last week.

The producer in 2016 was credited on charting hits such as ‘Bad and Boujee’ by Migos‘Low Life’ by Future and The Weeknd, and the 21 Savage collaboration ‘X’, taken from the duo’s 2016 EP, Savage Mode.

While in 2017, he worked on hit singles such as ‘Congratulations’ by Post Malone featuring Quavo‘Tunnel Vision’ by Kodak Black‘Bounce Back’ by Big Sean‘Mask Off’ by Future, and ‘Bank Account’ by 21 Savage.

Metro Boomin has also featured on Forbes as “easily one of the most in-demand hitmakers in the world.”

This is another landmark feat for Wizkid in 2018 as he continues to make a solid impression on the global stage.

LISTEN TO ‘Borrowed Love’ HERE


Drake acknowledges Wizkid and Tekno as inspirations for his ‘Scorpion’ album

play Drake points to Wizkid’s ‘Soco’ as one of his inspirations (Instagram/Drake)


Couple of weeks ago, Drake had taken to his instagram page to acknowledge Wizkid and Tekno as inspirations for his album, ”Scorpion” which was released on Friday, June 29.

In a post on his Instagram story, the international star thanked the duo for inspiring his studio drive through their songs.

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