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  • Summary: The debut full-length studio collaboration from Future and Metro Boomin features guest appearances by Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, Playboi Carti, Travis Scott, and The Weeknd.
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 7
  2. Negative: 0 out of 7
  1. Mar 25, 2024
    For the most part, Metro makes more of the duo’s first volume than Future does. Then again, there are stunningly soulful and richly melodic tracks such as “Running Outta Time” (co-produced with Zaytoven and Chris XZ) where the rapper sounds clear as a bell, passionate and hungry, with the backing of simple hammering piano and a slow, grinding organ.
  2. Mar 27, 2024
    None of it’s bad, sometimes it’s good, but why now? .... They take the easy way out by evoking past memories rather than building new ones. Understandable because remembering the old days is pretty sweet, well, until it hits you that they’re gone.
  3. Mar 25, 2024
    In short, WE DON’T TRUST YOU should have been shorter. The first half dozen tracks, with a few other gems scattered scarcely throughout, show just how musically connected Metro and Future truly are but fans will be able to tell when the focused material ends and the frivolous filler starts.
  4. Mar 25, 2024
    At times uneven, the project stands as testament to the unique bond between these two A-list rap talents.
  5. Apr 8, 2024
    It finds the rap luminaries more or less staying in their respective lanes. Metro Boomin's beats are typically cold and ominous yet lustrous, and Future sticks to familiar subjects such as drugs, sex, and luxury fashion.
  6. Mar 25, 2024
    [Future] offers a notably strong chorus on “Running Out of Time,” and bounces energetically on “Fried (She a Vibe).” But his performances on tracks like “GTA” and “Ain’t No Love” sound dreary. We Don’t Trust You feels longer than its hour runtime, despite several decent cuts. The album isn’t bad: Metro remains a fascinating producer, and Future manages to hold his own despite his well-worn tics. But it only takes a single Lamar verse to show what the game’s been missing.
  7. Mar 25, 2024
    On We Don’t Trust You, though, Future seems content to be set dressing for Metro’s elaborate production.