This month’s Album of the Month is a bit different. This one goes to a record producer who featured multiple artists on his latest album. Metro Boomin’s “Not All Heroes Wear Capes” tops the list for the month of November.
Metro Boomin (Leland Tyler Wayne) is known for his successful recordings with many famous artists, such as Future, Kodak Black, 21 Savage, Gucci Mane and many more. Wayne released this album on the second day of November. It contains 13 songs and 10 different artists throughout the album. When you put together an album with popular artists along with an incredible producer like Wayne, it’s going to be a good one.
Metro Boomin’s “Not All Heroes Wear Capes” tops the list for the month of November.
There are a few songs that caught my eye the first time I listened. I fell in love with “Dreamcatcher,” which features the vocal talents of Swae Lee and Travis Scott. It’s a little more of a soft song, but a great one nonetheless. “Overdue” with Travis Scott is also a really good tune. It’s a song where the intro can really move you emotionally. If you’re looking for an all around “banger” with various top artists, listen to “No More.” Kodak Black, 21 Savage and Travis Scott all come together to form this incredible piece. It’s a mixture of mumble rap and real-life events that the artists go through.
What would an album of the month be without notable mentions? There was plenty of good music released in the month of November. If you’re looking for a smooth, laid-back kind of rap, listen to Anderson .Paak’s “Oxnard.” I never even heard of this artist prior to this album, but I listened to it and was utterly impressed, to say the least. The song “Tints” with Kendrick Lamar is a great song that can elevate your mood instantly.
For all you country fans, I have some good news for you. It’s probably not news because chances are you’ve already listened to it, but “Experiment” by Kane Brown is a work of art. The young country singer released his second album in early November. “Lose It” is a great song that is currently 28th on the Billboard Top 100 songs. We could be witnessing the first coming of the next generation of great country singers right here.