Metro Boomin believes too many artists are adopting shadowy personas, and it's now "ruining" the industry as a whole.
On Sunday, November 26, the super-producer took to Twitter to ask his fans about what type of videos they want to see, as he's "about to start uploading regularly to my YouTube again like back in the days."
The main reason he gave was not liking "word content," implying that he'd rather express himself through video recordings created with fan input, which led one person dubbing him "a musician who ain't trying to be mysterious and shit."
Metro then ended up retweeting the post and saying that "the fake mysterious shit with artists is ruining the game!!" And while he didn't name any names, he did say that everyone's been acting like they're trying to be "too cool."
Meanwhile, the hitmaker just seems to be minding his own business ahead of his headlining performance with Future at Rolling Loud California this coming March, as well as the 2024 Grammys, where he's up for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical alongside Jack Antonoff, Hit-Boi, Daniel Nigro, and Dernst “D’Mile” Emile II.
Read Metro's tweets below.