Metro Boomin finally came out of retirement last week when he announced his debut solo studio album, Not All Heroes Wear Capes. The project came as a surprise since he didn't really announce a release date until a few hours prior. Regardless, Metro Boomin' undoubtedly delivered with the project and showcased his ability as one of the best producers in the game. However, it looks like Metro could end up snagging his first chart-topper as a solo artist on the Billboard 200.

Metro Boomin could dominate the Billboard 200 next week with his new project. According to Billboard's industry forecasters, the producer could debut at #1 with 90K equivalent album units sold. The majority of the traction is driven by streaming activity. The producer's latest project hails features from some of the biggest names in the rap game such as Gucci Mane, Travis Scott, Young Thug, Offset, Kodak Black and more.

Not All Heroes Wear Capes will likely end up Metro Boomin's third top 10 album on the Billboard 200. 2017's Without Warning with 21 Savage and Offset debuted at number four on the Billboard 200 while Double Or Nothing with Big Sean reached number 6 on the chart.

Aside from Metro Boomin', Takeoff is also looking at making a major debut on the Billboard 200. The Last Rocket is predicted to move 50K units and will possibly debut in the top 10.

Peep our review of Not All Heroes Wear Capes here.