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Serving as a follow-up of Metro's debut solo album, 'Not All Heroes Wear Capes', the new album consists of 15 tracks in total and features appearances from the likes of Travis Scott (II) and 21 Savage among others.

AceShowbiz - Metro Boomin's highly-anticipated album "Heroes & Villains" is finally out. To celebrate the Friday, December 2 release, the record producer unleashed a music video for one of its tracks, "Superhero" ft. Future.

The visuals begins with Metro and Future carrying out a diamond heist before they blow up in an explosion. As the clip transitions, the former can be seen surfing through the sky. The rest of the footage shows the pair hanging out together as Future delivers his bars.

"Candy in the cup, gotta get paid/ King of the streets (Yeah), young n***a made/ Sprayin' up the crowd, takе it to the grave/ Ain't having problems, I'm sipping thе Barre/ Shoutout to Dallas, my b**ch is a star," the 39-year-old spits in the chorus. "N***a get rich, better take it to war (Yeah)/ Piss on your casket, shoot at your broad/ Do you somethin' nasty, roll you in a 'gar, b***h get graphic, f**k me in a car/ I get you a brand new Rollie tomorrow/ I put a brand new Rollie on your arm."

"Superhero" marks Metro's first collaboration with Future after five years. The track itself also features appearances from Chris Brown and Jay-Z, who lend their vocals at the end of the song.

As for "Heroes & Villains", it follows Metro's debut solo album, "Not All Heroes Wear Capes", which was released in 2018. It consists of 14 other songs, including "Raindrops" ft. Travis Scott (II).

Other artists who appear on the new project are John Legend, Don Toliver, 21 Savage, Young Thug, The Weeknd, Young Nudy as well as Mustafa the Poet. A$AP Rocky, Takeoff and Gunna are also featured in the album.

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