Amazon Music Live’s much-anticipated second season is set to feature some of the music industry’s biggest names, including Metro Boomin and Latto.
Hosted by 2 Chainz, this weekly concert series airs on Thursday nights at 9 p.m. PT and brings together renowned artists to perform live in Los Angeles, captivating an enthusiastic audience. Notably, each week’s show will also include live American Sign Language performers who will interpret the lyrics.
Season 2 of Amazon Music Live kicked off last week with a spectacular performance by Ed Sheeran and Feid, setting the stage for what promises to be an unforgettable lineup.
This week, Lil Durk will grace the stage on October 5, followed by the acclaimed producer Metro Boomin, who will be joined by special guests on October 12. Two weeks later, Latto will take her turn in the spotlight.
“We created Amazon Music Live to bring sports and music fans together on Thursday nights for a brand-new, can’t-miss event celebrating new music after the biggest game of the week. Available to fans around the world on Prime Video and Twitch, AML became a massive new stage for artists to share their culture-defining new music after Thursday Night Football, and this year we’re going even bigger,” Ryan Redington, General Manager of Amazon Music.
Metro Boomin, the renowned super producer, is currently gearing up for the release of his highly anticipated joint album with Future. He recently took to Instagram to share a series of captivating photos featuring himself and the “Mask Off” rapper in the studio.
With enthusiasm, he promised that their collaborative project would be deserving of numerous accolades, even going so far as to suggest it could be the “album of the year.”
“AOTY loading,” he declared in the caption of the photo series. Metro Boomin’s anticipation for this project has been evident for months, as he confirmed the album’s existence back in March. He expressed confidence that the joint LP could make its way to fans before the end of the year.
The duo’s partnership has been enduring, and Metro Boomin celebrated his connection with Future, referring to him as “my brother” and acknowledging their history together.
Metro Boomin and Latto collaboration on the album signifies a new phase in their creative journey, marked by a series of exciting moments, including a reunion onstage at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena earlier this year.
However, the project encountered a minor setback last month when a power outage interrupted Metro Boomin’s creative process, erasing some impressive beats he had produced for Future. Disappointed but determined, he shared his frustration on social media, expressing his intent to bounce back stronger.