Future

Nov
6
New Music: Future f/ Drake – ‘Never Satisfied’ [Full Version]

Never Satisfied

As he gears up for his mixtape Ransom, Mike WiLL Made-It digs into the crates and liberates the full version of Future and Drake’s collaboration “Never Satisfied,” which appeared on Future’s album Honest. The album edit was 1:55, while the full clocks in at 4:20.

Drake complains about never having enough money, while Future laments about hard-to-please women on the track.

Satisfy your appetite with the extended cut.

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Oct
29
New Mixtape: Future – ‘Monster’

Monster

Just in time for Halloween, Future drops his Monster of a mixtape. Executive produced by Metro Boomin, the 16 tracks include additional production from DJ Spinz, TM-88, Nard & B, and Southside, plus a collaboration with Lil Wayne, who guests on “After That.”

In April, Future released his sophomore album Honest, which debuted at No. 2 with 53,000 copies.

Monster follows Future’s previous mixtapes including 2011′s Streetz Calling, 2012′s Astronaut Status, and 2013′s F.B.G.: The Movie and Black Woodstock with Freeband Gang.

Unleash the Monster below.

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Oct
27
Video: Future – ‘Hardly’

Future

On the eve of his Monster mixtape release, Future pays tribute to his Freebandz associate OG Double D, who was shot and killed last year. The Atlanta rapper fights his demons in the self-directed video for the 808 Mafia-produced “Hardly.” As he sits against an all-white set, Future Hendrix laments about being treated like an outcast and numbs his pain with molly and champagne.

“Trying to find right in my wrong / Hope my legacy live on,” he emotes.

Future’s Monster mixtape drops Tuesday at 10:28 p.m. EST featuring “Break the Rules” and the title track.

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Oct
14
New Music: Mike WiLL Made-It f/ Future & Wiz Khalifa – ‘Pu**y Overrated’

Pussy Overrated

In between his studio sessions with Miley Cyrus and Fergie, Mike WiLL Made-It has been readying his mixtape Ransom. The super-producer reunites with Future and Wiz Khalifa, who have both been through their own break-ups recently, on the stinging single “Pussy Overrated,” which could be taken as a diss to their exes.

“You’re supposed to f**k me like a star / Your pussy’s overrated,” sings Future.

Due later this year, Ransom will feature all-new music from some of Mike WiLL’s collaborators including Big Sean, ILoveMakonnen, and Rae Sremmurd.

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Oct
7
New Music: Future – ‘Break the Rules’

Break the Rules

Days after giving us the “Monster” video, Future unleashes another song off his Monster mixtape, which drops October 28. On “Break the Rules,” produced by Metro Boomin, DJ Spinz, and Dun Deal, the Atlanta rapper boasts about bedding chicks that “look like Kardashians” and stashing half a million dollars.

Listen to him show out and go behind the scenes of the “Monster” video below.

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Oct
6
New Music: Tamar Braxton f/ Future – ‘Let Me Know’

Let Me Know

A year after releasing her album Love and War, Tamar Braxton is back with her new single “Let Me Know.” The “Braxton Family Values” star, who co-hosts the daily talk show “The Real,” teams with Future on the midtempo love song. Over a sample of Aaliyah’s ’90s classic “At Your Best (You Are Love),” she professes her loyalty to her man.

“We’ve been through so many things, ups and down and in betweens / If you need more love from me, I’ll give you more, just let me know,” sings Tamar, while Future provides the Auto-Tuned hook.

Tamartians, get your life by listening below.

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Oct
3
Video: Keyshia Cole f/ Future – ‘Love Letter’

Keyshia Cole

Keyshia Cole delivers two videos in one day. Hours after premiering “N. L. U” with 2 Chainz, the R&B diva bares her heart once again in the emotional video for “Love Letter” featuring Future.

A brokenhearted Keyshia sits in her mansion, contemplating whether to give her man another chance, but ultimately decides she’s had enough. Model-singer Don Benjamin plays her love interest and will reprise his role in her upcoming videos.

“Everytime you wrote me a love letter, you had me thinking that you could do better / Calling all night, but I ain’t pickin’ up this time,” she sings.

The song can be found on her album Point of No Return, due out Tuesday.

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