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Future, Metro Boomin & The Weeknd Are War-Ready in Militant ‘Young Metro’ Video: Watch

Don Toliver also makes a cameo in the clip.

Future, Metro Boomin & The Weeknd Are War-Ready in Militant ‘Young Metro’ Video: Watch

Future and Metro Boomin are keeping the momentum rolling with their We Don’t Trust You joint album. The Atlanta duo recruited The Weeknd to deliver the militant music video to their “Young Metro” standout collab.

Directed by Hidji World and Omar Jones, the clip arrived Monday (March 25), and the trio is ready for war while holding down their concrete bunker.


Only those trusted are allowed access into the fort and Future made sure to bring a few beautiful women with him. One of the girls gets in her gymnastics bag while another develops superhuman strength to bench press Metro’s armored Tesla Cybertrunk.

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“I got these regular h–s, I got superstar h–s takin’ pictures of me like the feds/ Check out my video, lil’ bitch, that’s silly, h-e/ Got me with a mill’ in jewelry in the bed,” Pluto raps.

The Weeknd gets the call to show up mid-way to accompany his ominous croon on “Young Metro.” Rocking all-black and a bandana to cover his nose and mouth, Abel displays the same vexed anger as his controversial Tedros character from HBO’s The Idol, which had the plug pulled after one season.

The crew adds Don Toliver and they congregate for another meeting deep into the night to plan an attack before the clip comes to a close.

We Don’t Trust You arrived on Friday (March 22) to much fanfare thanks in part to a nuclear assist from Kendrick Lamar on project standout “Like That.” Expect “Young Metro” to be among the tracks from the album invading the Billboard Hot 100 next week.

Watch the “Young Metro” video below.

This article was first published on Billboard U.S.

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Arthur Fogel photographed in Los Angeles.
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Arthur Fogel photographed in Los Angeles.

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