On the outlandish and cachty “Too Many Nights,” Metro Boomin enlists frequent collaborator, Future along with one of his recent new collaborators, Don Toliver, to rap more about the common use of drugs during their “many nights” within their lavish lifestyles surrounded by money, women and spending on high-priced brands.
The song simultaneously marks again the joint between Metro and Toliver since his participation in Don Toliver’s sophomore album, Life of a DON, respectively with the songs, “Company Pt. 2” and “Swangin On Westheimer” — Furthermore, the two artists would appear twice again with “Around Me,” and later the duo—or the trio in question—collaborate again on the album’s cut, “I Can’t Save You (Interlude)”.
|Additional Producer||Allen Ritter|
|Recording Engineer||Ethan Stevens|
|Mixing Engineer||Ethan Stevens | Metro Boomin|
|Mastering Engineer||Joe LaPorta|
|Primary Artists||Metro Boomin | Future|
|Label||Republic Records | Boominati Worldwide|
|Distributor||Universal Music Group|
|Copyright ©||Universal Music Group | Republic Records | Boominati Worldwide|
|Phonographic Copyright ℗||Universal Music Group | Republic Records | Boominati Worldwide|