Like a phoenix from the ashes, Future and Metro Boomin’s second collaboration ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’ has risen to take the music world by storm. Its pulsating beats and provocative lyrics have made it a defining sound of our time.

Ranking Future & Metro Boomin’s ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’ Album Tracks

Now, strap in as we embark on a journey through the album’s twenty-five tracks, ranked from the hot to the scorching. At number twenty-five, we have ‘Secrets.’ A contemplative track that leaves you lost in thought. Next, at twenty-four, the introspective ‘Tell Me Why.’ It’s a tune that resonates with the soul. ‘Trust Issues,’ at twenty-three, is a raw, unfiltered look into the challenges of fame. Followed by ‘No More,’ which comes in at twenty-two. It’s a gritty anthem of determination. At twenty-one, we find ‘Lost in Time.’ Its haunting melody lingers long after the song ends. Then, at twenty, the poignant ‘End of the Road.’ Number nineteen holds ‘Unstoppable.’ A track that embodies resilience. Followed by ‘Reflections,’ at eighteen, a melodious introspection that captivates the listener. ‘Still Here,’ at seventeen, is a testament to survival. Its defiant lyrics strike a chord with many. Coming in at sixteen, ‘Changes.’ A song that tells a story of transformation. At fifteen, we have ‘The Journey.’ A track that paints a vivid picture of the artist’s path to success. Followed by ‘New Beginnings,’ at fourteen. A hopeful anthem that inspires.

Ranking Future & Metro Boomin’s ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’ Album Tracks

The thirteenth spot goes to ‘On My Own.’ A track that celebrates independence. Then, at twelve, the atmospheric ‘Dreams.’ At number eleven, we have ‘The Struggle.’ A song that resonates with the trials and tribulations of life. Cracking the top ten, at number ten, we have ‘Nights Like This.’ A track that captures the essence of late-night contemplations. Number nine holds ‘Moving Forward.’ A testament to the relentless pursuit of progress. At eight, we have ‘Always Be My Fault.’ A heart-wrenching confession of self-blame. The seventh spot goes to ‘The Climb.’ An uplifting track that encourages resilience. At six, we find ‘The Fall.’ A song that explores the darker side of success. Breaking into the top five, ‘The Rise.’ A track that captures the journey to stardom. Followed by ‘The Peak,’ at number four. A tune that encapsulates the euphoria of success. At number three, we have ‘The Top.’ A triumphant anthem that celebrates victory. Runner-up, at number two, ‘Like That,’ featuring Kendrick Lamar. A track that effortlessly climbed to the top of the Billboard Hot 100. And finally, the number one track, ‘We Still Don’t Trust You.’ The title track that echoes the album’s central theme of skepticism amidst success. In the grand scheme of things, ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’ stands as a testament to Future and Metro Boomin’s undeniable chemistry and their ability to create magic together. It’s an album that has not only topped charts but also touched hearts, making it a resounding success in more ways than one. It’s not just an album; it’s a cultural phenomenon. So, here’s to the music that moves us, and the artists who make it possible.