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Shamrock Capital Has Bought a Substantial Chunk of Metro Boomin’s Catalog for $70 Million

The “Bad and Boujee” artist, writer, and producer Metro Boomin, (aka Leland Tyler Wayne) has sold a portion of his entire publishing catalog to the investment firm Shamrock Capital, Billboard has reported.

29-year-old Metro Boomin has joined in on a growing trend among hip-hop artists who have recently sold portions of their catalogs for big numbers. In September 2022, artist Future sold publishing rights to 600+ plus of his songs for a similar sum. Rumors are also circulating that the legend Dre Dre is set to sell some of his music for a mouth-watering $250 million.

Metro Boomin released his second album HEROES & VILLAINS in December 2022 which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 2000 albums chart with features from major artists like Gunna, A$ap Rocky, Travis Scott, Future, Don Toliver, Chris Brown, Young Thug, and the late Migos member Takeoff. His first album “Not All Heroes Wear Capes” had also climbed up to the top of the Billboard chart.

As a producer, Metro Boomin has to his credit, some of the biggest hip-hop hits of the 2010s like Migos’s “Bad and Boujee,” Drake and Future’s “Jumpman,” and Kanye’s “Father Stretch My Hands, pt 1.” Cumulatively Metro Boomin has a total of whopping 99 entries on the Hot 100 chart as a producer on Billboard, including 10 Top 10 entries. He has also collaborated with 21 Savage on two albums, “Without Warning,” and “Savage Mode II.”

Before this deal, the 29-year-old producer and artist Metro Boomin is estimated to have a net worth of around $16 million. He owns a $4.9 million Bell Canyon mansion, in California.

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Written by Aliyah Collins