Like that

Future & Metro Boomin ft Kendrick Lamar

"Like That" is a song by American rapper Future and American record producer Metro Boomin with fellow American rapper Kendrick Lamar. It was originally released as a track from the former two's collaborative studio album We Don't Trust You on March 22, 2024, before being sent to US rhythmic radio as a single four days later by Wilburn Holding Co., Boominati Worldwide, Epic Records, and Republic Records.

Written by the three artists with Kobe Hood, and solely produced by Metro, "Like That" is a trap and hardcore hip hop track predominantly composed of lively percussions. Its trembling basses were taken from a sample of Rodney-O & Joe Cooley's 1986 song "Everlasting Bass", while additional elements contain samples of Eazy-E's 1989 song "Eazy-Duz-It" containing a vocal sample of Recording Artist Michel'le. "Like That" received positive reviews from music critics, who primarily praised Lamar's performance. His verse, which attracted significant media coverage, is a diss aimed at Drake and J. Cole; some outlets consider it to be his response to their 2023 single "First Person Shooter".

"Like That" was quickly met with commercial success, debuting atop the Billboard Hot 100, Global 200, and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts simultaneously. It was both Future and Lamar's third number-one single on the former chart, and Metro's first as a lead artist. The song also topped the Canadian Hot 100 and peaked within the top ten of several countries in Europe and Oceania.

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