Young Metro Don’t Trust Trump Concert


23-year-old producer Leland Tyler Wayne, famously known as Metro Boomin, is planning to have an “anti-Trump” concert on November 4th.

The concert is being held a few days before the presidential election at PlayStation Theater in New York City.

The super-producer is bringing hip-hop and politics together in order to speak out in a way that entertains and informs. Metro Boomin told Complex, “With the election coming, I think it's time to speak out, and not like speak out by getting extra political with this shit, but let people know. So letting y'all know I don't trust him, you don't trust him and go ahead and celebrate that. And also, people love coming to concerts and coming together, though at the same time it's not all about that, but sharing the message and the same view. With it so close to the election, I thought, let's have this concert and celebrate this and all agree that we can't have this guy as our President."

21 Savage has teamed up with Metro to be a part of the concert.

Proceeds from the concert will be going to Boomin's new yearly scholarship fund that will send St. Louis area students to Morehouse College. Metro Boomin has made it clear that he doesn’t know much about politics but he knows he doesn’t want Trump as his president. More and more members of the hip hop community are speaking out against political and social issues, and just may be making it cool again to actually speak out and take a stand on the things that are affecting our communities.

Tickets for the “Young Metro Don’t Trust Trump” Concert went on sale this past Friday (Sept. 23).