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Future and Metro Boomin are back, and they’re cranking up the heat with their latest album, ‘We Still Don’t Trust You,’ a follow-up to their explosively popular ‘We Don’t Trust You.’ Just three weeks after the initial release, the duo is making it clear that their trust issues persist.

This R&B-infused album boasts an impressive lineup of features, including J. Cole on “Red Leather,” ASAP Rocky on “Show of Hands,” The Weeknd on tracks like “We Still Don’t Trust You” and “All to Myself,” and Lil Baby on “All My Life.” With 25 tracks spread across two discs and clocking in at 88 minutes, ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’ explores themes of jealousy, struggle, and resilience with titles like “Beat It,” “Jealous,” and “Streets Made Me a King.”

Notably, the album follows the surprise hit “Like That,” which featured Kendrick Lamar and sparked a flurry of discussion about the state of rap’s “Big 3.” Kendrick’s verse on “Like That” challenged notions of a Big 3, particularly J. Cole’s assertion in “First Person Shooter.” The ensuing back-and-forth between Kendrick and Cole, culminating in Cole’s public apology, has been a hot topic in recent weeks. Now, Cole finds himself on the final track of ‘We Still Don’t Trust You,’ marking a notable moment in the ongoing rap discourse.

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