Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Metro Boomin Height, Weight, Age & Girlfriend

Hailing from Missouri, Metro Boomin has been producing music ever since he was thirteen years old. Establishing himself on social media, he eventually collaborated with various artists such as Nicki Minaj, Yo Gotti, Juicy, J, and Future. In the summer of 2013, the rapper issued his debut mixtape titled, 19 & Boomin. Featuring guest appearances from Trinidad James and Gucci Mane, it boasted several original tracks including Some More, Maison Margiela, both of which were accompanied by music videos. Later that same year, he teamed up with Future on the hits, Karate Chop and Honest, the latter of which has since gone gold.

Continuing to produce records for others, he contributed to a number of singles including, Future’s I Won, ILoveMakonnen’s Tuesday, Travis Scott’s 3500, and Future’s Where Ya At. Ultimately it wasn’t until the summer of 2016 that he came out with his next project, Savage Mode. A collaboration with fellow rapper, 21 Savage, it boasted nine cuts including, Real Nigga, Ocean Drive, Mad High, Bad Guy, and Feel It. The track peaked at number 23 on the Billboard 200 and at number 9 on the Top Hip-Hop Albums. Since then, over 500,000 copies have been sold across the US, earning it gold accreditation from the RIAA.

Speaking of joint ventures, he recently worked with Nav on the mixtape, Perfect Timing. Released on July 21, 2017, it included guest vocals from a handful of artists such as Gucci Mane, Lil Uzi Vert, Belly, Playboi Carti, and 21 Savage. Initially announced in early 2017, the tape proved to be a considerable success, having reached number 13 on the Billboard 200 in the US. His second project to make it onto the charts, it featured fifteen tracks including, Need Some, You Know, I Am, I Don’t Care, and Held Me Down. To date, the mixtape has also charted in Canada, Belgium, the UK, and New Zealand.

What else has he accomplished this year? Aside from his mixtape release, Metro Boomin has also produced numerous hits for other artists- for instance, he worked on the multi-platinum tracks, Congratulations, Bounce Back, Bad and Boujee, Mask Off, and Tunnel Vision. For his contributions to the rap scene, he received two accolades in 2017- a BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Award and a BET Hip Hop Award for Producer of the Year. In terms of public appearances, he was also on tour earlier this year- after many months of performances, it ended on September 16, 2017. For now, it doesn’t look like he has any upcoming shows booked- but stay tuned as that’s subject to change anytime.

Metro Boomin – 2017 Facts

Real Name

Leland Tyler Wayne

Nick Name

Metro Boomin’

Occupation and Job

Record producer and rapper

Famous For

Metro Boomin’ initially rose to fame with the release of his debut mixtape, 19 & Boomin. With his subsequent production efforts, his popularity only increased further.

Age – How Old is He?

He is currently 24 years old

Birthday/Date of Birth

He was born on Sept 16, 1993

Place of Birth/Hometown

Metro Boomin’ was born in St Louis, Missouri, where he went to school. Following his graduation, he relocated to Atlanta, Georgia, to attend college, where he resides to this day.




He is of African American descent

Metro Boomin Height, Weight & Body Facts

How Tall – Height in Feet

He is 5’11” tall

How Tall – Height in Meters

He is 180cm tall

Weight in Pounds

He currently weighs 165 pounds

Weight in Kilograms

He currently weighs 75kg

Body Measurements

Metro Boomin’s body measurements are unknown at this time

Waist Size


Foot/Shoe Size

His shoe size is unknown

Eye Color


Hair Color


Metro Boomin’s Personal Life in 2017

Is Metro Boomin’ in a Relationship?

As far as we can tell, Metro Boomin’ is currently not in a relationship. If he is dating, he’s doing a pretty good job of keeping it undercover.

Metro Boomin’s Girlfriends

At this time, not much is known about Metro Boomin’s dating history- including information on his former girlfriends (if any).






He has four siblings, including a younger sister named Leah


He has four siblings- though it’s unclear how many brothers he has


As far as we can tell, Metro Boomin’ does not have any children

High School

As a student, he went to Parkway North High School in St. Louis County, Missouri. During his time there, he reportedly produced upwards of three songs a day using the music production software, FruityLoops.

Did Metro Boomin’ go to College

Upon finishing high school, he went to Morehouse College, in Atlanta, Georgia, where he majored in Business Management. Due to the demands of his burgeoning music career, however, he later decided to take a hiatus from his studies.


At this time, we do not have any details on Metro Boomin’s salary.

Net Worth

As of 2017, Metro Boomin’ has an estimated net worth of $500,000.



Random Facts


He enjoys making music in his free time

Favorite Food


Favorite Actor


Favorite Movie


Favorite TV Show


Favorite Color


Favorite Music Artists

He has stated that his favorite rapper is Nelly

Favourite Artists to Work With

Collaboration wise, he also enjoys working with Future, Gucci Mane, and Young Thug

Favorite Sports



Born on Sept 16, he is a Virgo

Phone Number

This information is currently unknown


This information is currently unknown

Metro Boomin’s Social Media Accounts & Usernames

Metro Boomin’s Facebook Account

Metro Boomin’s Twitter Username”

Metro Boomin’s Instagram Username

Metro Boomin’s Youtube Channel

Metro Boomin’s Snapchat Username 

Metro Boomin’s Snapchat username is @metroboomin

Other Interesting Facts:

  • His most popular singles include No Heart and X both of which are collaborations with 21 Savage
  • His music has been used in the TV series, Verified, Toonami Pre-Flight, and Dear White People
  • He was recently invited as a guest on the talk show, Late Night with Seth Meyers
  • In order to pursue his dreams of becoming a rapper, he started to travel across Atlanta during the 11th grade
  • He currently has over 2.7 million followers on Instagram
  • Both his Instagram and Soundcloud accounts were hacked in May 2017, which led to some peculiar activity
  • He recently accused Atlantic Records of “stealing souls” from their record producers


Brooke Carter
Freelance writer who loves dogs and anything related to Japanese culture.


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