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Drake Hits Back at Metro Boomin over “Her Loss” Shade

Superstar Canadian rapper, Drake, has responded to what appeared to be a diss by ace music producer Metro Boomin on his chart-topping album, “Her Loss.”

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Setting the Stage: Metro Boomin, in a now-deleted post on X, commented on a debate about the streaming figures of his “Heroes & Villains” album versus those of Drake and 21 Savage’s “Her Loss.” The debate highlighted that “Heroes & Villains” had amassed more streams in a single year (3.7 billion) than any other rap album since 2018 and was generating more than twice the amount of daily streams as “Her Loss.”

Metro Boomin’s Perspective: Commenting on the thread, Metro Boomin alleged that despite the figures, his work was not receiving the necessary recognition, emphasizing that it had not received any awards. He expressed his indifference to awards, stating that the true reward was knowing that his music brings joy to people’s everyday lives.

Drake’s Response: In what seems to be a direct response to Metro Boomin’s claims, Drake took to his Instagram Stories. He quoted a line from JAY-Z’s song “Heart of the City (Ain’t No Love),” stating, “Damn. little mans, I’m just tryin’ to do me/ If the record’s two mil, I’m just tryin’ to move three.”

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FAQs – Drake’s Response to Metro Boomin

Q1: What sparked the response from Drake?

Drake responded to what appeared to be a diss from Metro Boomin regarding the streaming figures of their respective albums, particularly “Her Loss.”

Q2: What did Metro Boomin claim in his comments?

Metro Boomin claimed that despite the impressive streaming figures, his work was not receiving the necessary recognition, highlighting the lack of awards for his album, “Heroes & Villains.”

Q3: How did Drake respond to Metro Boomin’s claims?

Drake responded on his Instagram Stories, quoting a line from JAY-Z’s song “Heart of the City (Ain’t No Love)” to express his perspective on recognition and success.

Q4: What is the significance of the quoted JAY-Z line in Drake’s response?

The quoted JAY-Z line suggests Drake’s focus on doing what he does best and achieving success on his terms, regardless of comparisons and awards.


Drake’s response to Metro Boomin’s comments reflects the ongoing debate about recognition and success in the music industry. As the two artists navigate these discussions, fans are left intrigued by the dynamics within the rap scene.