Future and Metro Boomin Fills Half of Top 10 on Billboard Hot 100 Amid 'We Don't Trust You' Success

While their collaborative album 'We Don't Trust You' debuts atop the Billboard 200 chart, five songs in the record occupy the Top 10 on the Hot 100 tally with 'Like That' at No. 1.

AceShowbiz - Future and Metro Boomin may be celebrating the success of their collaborative songs, which are featured in their latest album titled "We Don't Trust You". The "Turn On the Lights" rapper and the "Mr. Right Now" spitter have occupied half of the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with their five tracks.

In the chart dated April 6, the two hip-hop artists' song "Like That" debuts at No. 1. Furthermore, their track "Type S**t" sits at No. 2. While their single "Cinderella" lands at No. 6, their song "We Don't Trust You" launches at No. 8. In addition, "Young Metro" follows "We Don't Trust You" at No. 9.

Upon learning of the achievement, Metro took to Instagram to share the happy news with his fans. On Monday, April 1, he uploaded a screenshot of his and Future's five songs occupying half of the Top 10 on the Hot 100 chart. He also let out a series of his photos with his collaborator.

Along with the snaps, Metro wrote in the caption of the post, "HIP HOP IS ALIVE AND WELL #WEDONTTRUSTYOU," adding a toned bicep emoji. The post was later reshared by Future via Instagram Stories.

In the wake of the announcement, Future and Metro received supportive messages from many social media users. One in particular gushed, "Woah, that's huge! Their power is insane!" Similarly, another wrote, "5 songs debuting on Top 10 is insaneeeee." A third exclaimed, "You're so talented. You're the best of the best of our time." A fourth, in the meantime, requested, "Now we need a collab album with [Kendrick Lamar] fr."

One day prior, it was revealed that Future and Metro's collaborative album "We Don't Trust You" reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. In the chart dated April 6, the record, which was released on March 22, earns 251,000 equivalent album units in the United States in the week ending March 28, according to Luminate.

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