From his work with artists like Future, The Weeknd, Drake, and Big Sean - to his world travels performing at venues and festivals from New York to Los Angeles, London to Melbourne - Metro Boomin, at only 23, has proven himself to be arguably the most in-demand and prolific producer and DJ in hip-hop.

In the past 12 months alone, the St. Louis-native has delivered Savage Mode, the breakout collaborative album with 21 Savage (including two platinum singles, "X" and "No Heart"); produced four songs on Kanye West's The Life Of Pablo; gave long-time collaborator Future his highest-charting Billboard single to date with "Mask Off;" and produced his first-ever Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper with Migos's "Bad & Boujee.” Metro Boomin’s success has inspired him to branch into other areas of the industry, as he has just recently launched his own record label, Boominati Worldwide.