At The Falcons Game, Metro Boomin Introduced The “Single Moms Are Superheroes” Initiative

At The Falcons Game Metro Boomin Introduced The "Single Moms Are Superheroes" Initiative

A project recognizing single mothers as the everyday heroes they are has been launched by Metro Boomin in collaboration with the Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation.

The “Single Moms Are Superheroes” initiative, which the rapper and producer just launched, was unveiled in Atlanta on December 4 when Metro Boomin gave 26 women and their kids a VIP experience at the Falcons vs. Steelers game.

Metro Boomin not only paid for the families’ travel costs and gave them tickets to the game, but he also made arrangements for them to enter Mercedes-Benz Stadium through the players’ tunnel before the game.

The mothers and kids also had the opportunity to stand with both teams on the pitch during the national anthem. In order to keep the focus on the mothers, Metro Boomin chose not to attend.

Metro Boomin has a personal connection to the “Single Moms Are Superheroes” initiative in addition to expanding the Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation’s efforts to empower single mothers and treat these families like royalty.

The brand-new charity also pays homage to Leslie Wayne, the hitmaker’s mother, who was fatally shot by her husband earlier this year. Later, the shooter—who was not Metro’s father—turned the weapon on himself.

According to Metro Boomin, Wayne was the first supporter of his music and helped raise Metro Boomin together with his three other siblings. The platinum producer gave her a birthday purse on her birthday in 2019 while sitting in the passenger seat of a car and referred to her as his “biggest inspiration.”

One incident that Metro previously related had his mother driving him many hours from his home in St. Louis to Atlanta so that he could meet Oj Da Juiceman, who would later assist him in breaking into the music business.

Metro Boomin released the “Heroes Version” of his most recent album, “HEROES & VILLAINS,” on Monday after delaying its release from November 4 to December 2. (December 5).

The 30 tracks in the deluxe edition include each of the 30 songs’ instrumental variations along with the original 15 songs. Earlier this month, Metro unveiled the Pink Floyd-inspired cover art for Heroes & Villains, hinting at the album’s “two sides.”

Whether there will also be a “Villains Version” is unknown.

The usual suspects, including Future, Travis Scott, 21 Savage, Young Thug, and Gunna, as well as A$AP Rocky, The Weeknd, Chris Brown, Don Toliver, Young Nudy, John Legend, and TakeOff, make cameos on the album HEROES & VILLAINS, which is dedicated to Metro Boomin’s mother.

Even Morgan Freeman, who co-starred with Atlanta actor LaKeith Stanfield in the short film that accompanied the album, returned to narrate a few of the songs in the Savage Mode II sequel.

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