Bonafide hit maker Metro Boomin is warning those interested in signing to a major label, to not fall victim to Atlantic Records. The record imprint that’s currently home to some of hip hop’s hottest acts including Lil Uzi Vert, Kodak Black, Cardi B, D.R.A.M and Gucci Mane, has apparently taken advantage of the star producer. Taking to Twitter to warn fellow artists about the Artist Publishing Group division of Atlantic Records, specifically warning against the head Mike Caren, Young Metro doesn’t trust the individual in charge of his record output.

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In a flurry of tweets, Metro went in on the APG division of Atlantic receiving supportive feedback from Mike WiLL Made-It among others. This summer fellow Atlanta producer Sonny Digital also vocalized gripes with his label and announced plans to start a union to protect music producers.

Peep the tweets below and listen to Metro Boomin’s latest Travis Scott collab “Blue Pill”.