Metro Boomin Honored By St. Louis With Key To The City 

Metro Boomin’ was recently bestowed with a distinctive award in a special ceremony. The record producer received the highest recognition in his hometown of St. Louis, where he was presented with an extraordinary accolade.

Key To The Streets

On Thursday, Dec. 14, Metro Boomin, the music sensation known for his hit tracks, was remarkably honored in his hometown of St. Louis. The famous producer was awarded a key to the city by Mayor Tishaura O. Jones in recognition of his outstanding efforts in supporting single mothers.

Metro Boomin has dedicated himself to aiding single mothers through his “Single Moms Are The Real Superheroes” campaign, which offers career coaching, skills training, and essential resources.  To make the occasion even more unique, the City of St. Louis also declared Dec. 14 as “Leland ‘Metro Boomin’ Wayne Day” going forward.


In a touching tribute to his late mother, Leslie Joanne, Metro Boomin’ renamed the event “Leslie Joanne Single Mothers And Caregivers Appreciation Day.” This alteration paid homage to his mother’s memory and highlighted the incredible strength and resilience displayed by single mothers everywhere.

The recognition bestowed upon Metro Boomin by the City of St. Louis holds immense significance, not only for his outstanding philanthropy but also for his dedication to uplifting and empowering single mothers. The Key to the City symbolizes the community’s appreciation for his tireless efforts in making a difference.

 New Partnerships, Who Dis?

Additionally, to kick off this unique charity,  Metro Boomin’ announced “Single Moms Are Superheroes” at a Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Atlanta Falcons game. The campaign is in partnership with the Steve & Marjorie Harvey Foundation.

Kodak Is Honored By His Hometown

Similarly, Kodak Black recently joined the ranks of esteemed artists who have received their dedicated day. During a tailgate celebration at a Florida Atlantic University football game, the South Florida rap sensation was presented with a plaque by a Florida senator, officially declaring “Kodak Black Day.”