Metro Boomin has poignantly tied the theme of his new album to the recent loss of his mother — inviting dozens of single moms to an NFL game … with on-field access!!!
The record producer organized an awesome initiative Sunday for the Steelers’ game against the Atlanta Falcons, who were hosting at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. MB — who’s originally from the area — had some guests attend on his behalf … a lot of them, in fact.
You see … Metro bought tickets for 26 mothers from around the country as well as their children — which made for a mini family parade through the tunnel and onto the main stage pre-kickoff.
Not just that, but the group here also got to stand next to the Falcons players for the national anthem … so, better than a front-row seat. They were the main attraction! Metro himself did not attend — our sources tell us he wanted the mama bears to have the spotlight.
It was a pretty awesome moment, to say the least … and the reason Metro did it, we’re told, was two-pronged — one, he wanted to honor his own late mother, who tragically died during an apparent DV incident.
At the same time, Metro wanted to recognize single moms for the heroes they are … which ties into his latest project, “HEROES & VILLAINS,” which is out now.
We’re told this effort — which Metro calls “Single Moms Are Superheroes,” in partnership with the Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation — is a way to help these ladies amid struggles they might face as solo parents. With this nonprofit he’s established, they can now get more assistance than they might otherwise receive.
Very cool, indeed. Enjoy the game!