Metro Boomin describes how he and Young Thug used to gauge the potential of unreleased music


Metro and Thugger devised a way of measuring the strength of their unreleased songs

was featured on one of the latest episodes of the Full Send Podcast over the weekend where he opened up about several things. The “Super Hero” producer revealed that he and used to burn their unreleased on CDs and give them to DJs at clubs so that they could scale the reaction from the audience.

“Man, me and [Young] Thug used to do songs and like, soon as we get done doing it, like this is when we still had CDs, I would burn a CD on the computer and we would go to the club and would take it to the DJ like, ‘Yo, let's go hear this and see what's going on,'” Metro explained. “And watch everybody's reaction, you know, vibe out, throw some money and get everybody hype.”

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