Original Version of Metro Boomin’s “Trance” With Drake Feature Surfaces Online
The final version included on the LP featured just Travis Scott and Young Thug.
Last month, Metro Boomin dropped his long-awaited sophomore studio LP, Heroes & Villains. While the Atlanta producer has been busy on collaborative albums over the years, the project marked his first solo release since 2018’s Not All Heroes Wear Capes.
Among the 15 star-studded tracks was a collaboration with Travis Scott and Young Thug called “Trance.” The song quickly became a fan-favorite for its murky club energy, cut by Scott and Thug’s high-pitched vocals.
As it turns out, however, Drake was allegedly supposed to make an appearance on the single as well, at least at some point in the production process. An alternative “original” version of “Trance” began surfacing online over the weekend, which features bars from Drake alongside Scott and Thug.
While it’s still unknown why Drake’s verse was cut from the final version, it was reportedly included on the album until the very last minute.
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