On the heels of unveiling his solo debut single “No Complaints” featuring Offset and Drake, in-demand producer Metro Boomin is launching his Boominati Worldwide label in partnership with Republic Records and Universal Music Group.
“No Complaints” is the first release from Boominati Worldwide. In addition to Metro Boomin’s own music, the newly established label plans to issue music from future Boominati Worldwide signings.
"Launching Boominati Worldwide is the next step in my career as a producer, an artist and a businessman,” Metro said in a statement announcing the label. “I created the label to represent a collective of highly gifted individuals who have the shared gift of being able to influence the world through culture and art."
In the same statement, Republic Records co-founder/CEO Monte Lipman noted, “Metro Boomin is a franchise player who’s captured the imagination of the music community in a very short period of time. His amazing talent, competitive spirit and natural charisma will serve as the cornerstone of success for Boominati Worldwide.”
This is the latest move in a banner year for Metro Boomin. Thus far in 2017, he’s produced five top 10 records on the Billboard Hot 100, including platinum-certified hits by Post Malone (“Congratulations” featuring Quavo), Migos (“Bad and Boujee,” featuring Lil Uzi Vert), Future (“Mask Off”), Kodak Black (“Tunnel Vision”) and Big Sean (“Bounce Back”).
Beginning Aug. 3 in his home base of Atlanta, Metro Boomin will support Bryson Tiller on the 25-city Set It Off tour:
Aug. 3 – Atlanta, Ga. – Fox Theatre
Aug. 5 – Southhaven, Miss. – Landers Center
Aug. 6 – New Orleans, La. – Lakefront Arena
Aug. 8 – Houston, Texas – NRG Arena
Aug. 9 – Austin, Texas – Statesman Skyline Theatre at the Long Center
Aug. 11 -Phoenix, Ariz. – Rawhide Event Center
Aug. 12 – Las Vegas, Nev. – The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Aug. 15 – San Francisco, Calif. – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
Aug. 18 – Vancouver, BC – Dough Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
Aug. 19 – Seattle, Wash. – WaMuTheater
Aug. 20 – Portland, Or. – Theater of the Clouds at Moda Center
Aug. 23 – Denver, Colo. – Fiddler’s Green Amiptheatre
Aug. 25 – Dallas, Texas – The Bomb Factory
Aug. 29 – Miami, Fla. – Watsco Center at the University of Miami
Aug. 30 – Orlando, Fla. – CFE Arena
Sept. 1 – Richmond, Va. – The Classic Amphitheater
Sept. 2 – Vienna, Va. – Wolf Trap
Sept. 3 – Norfolk, Va. – ODU Constant Convocation Center
Sept. 6 – Lowell, Mass. – Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell
Sept. 7 – Mashantucket, Conn. – The Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino
Sept. 9 – New York, N.Y. – Radio City Music Hall
Sept. 11 – New York, N.Y. – Radio City Music Hall
Sept. 13 – Toronto, ON – Echo Beach
Sept. 14 – Detroit, Mich. – Masonic Temple Theatre
Sept. 16 – Louisville, Ky. – KFC Yum! Center