Future

Mar
18
New Music: Nick Cannon f/ Future, Migos, & Traphik – ‘Pajama Pants’

White People Party Music

Just when you thought twerking was dead, Nick Cannon gets it poppin’ on “Pajama Pants” featuring Future, Migos, and “Wild ‘N Out” comedian Traphik aka Timothy DeLaGhetto. From college girls to cougars, Nick salutes all females, Future wilds out on his Auto-Tuned verse, and Migos turns all the way up.

The song will appear on Nick’s upcoming album White People Party Music, due April 1. The 18-track pop/rap album was co-executive produced by Nick, Polow Da Don, and DJ Buddah, and features Afrojack, Pitbull, Akon, and more.

Hear their booty-bouncing banger below.

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Mar
18
Video: Future – ‘Covered N Money’

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All eyes are on Future in the action-packed video for “Covered N Money.” In the Alex Nazari-directed clip, the Atlanta rapper leaves the bank with a bag full of money. When he finds out that he’s being followed by the cops, he makes it his mission to outsmart them and cover his paper trail.

The Sonny Digital-produced song is set to appear on his upcoming album Honest, due April 22.

Watch Future execute his elaborate plan and make off with the money.

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Mar
17
Video: Future – ‘Covered N Money’ [Teaser]

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The streets keep calling Future. After dealing out the ’80s-inspired video for “Move That Dope,” the Atlanta rapper previews the visuals for his ballers’ anthem “Covered N Money.”

In the 37-second clip, Ciara’s fiancé raps in front of a vault and rides through the streets in a Rolls-Royce before pulling up to the liquor store.

His sophomore album Honest arrives April 22 featuring André 3000, Kanye West, and Drake.

Get a sneak peek before the full video premieres tomorrow at 12 p.m. EST.

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Mar
14
New Music: Future – ‘Covered N Money’

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After locking in an April 22 release date for Honest, Future debuts yet another song off his sophomore album. On the Sonny Digital-produced “Covered N Money,” the Auto-Tuned rapper busts some rapid-fire rhymes over the stomping trap anthem.

Expect to hear more heavy-hitting songs like this on the follow-up to 2011′s Pluto, which features André 3000, Drake, Kanye West, Wiz Khalifa, Pharrell, and Pusha T.

“I started going in another direction after I made the ‘Shit’ record,” said Future. “It just flipped the whole album. I got in a whole other mood when I went in the studio.”

Listen to Future’s victorious new record below.

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Mar
10
Future Reveals ‘Honest’ Release Date, Tracklisting

Honest (Deluxe)

The Astronaut Kid is ready for launch. After some delay, Future has revealed a release date and the tracklisting for his sophomore album Honest.

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Mar
7
Album Cover: Future – ‘Honest’

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All eyes are on Future. A day after dropping the video for “Move That Dope,” the Atlanta rapper unveils the dark and mysterious cover art for his sophomore album Honest.

In addition to the Mike WiLL Made It-produced single with Pharrell and Pusha T, the follow-up to his 2012 debut Pluto features appearances from Drake, Nicki Minaj, and Kanye West.

The album, previously titled Future Hendrix, has taken a new direction in the past year.

“I started going in another direction after I made the ‘Shit’ record,” Future told ELLE. “It just flipped the whole album. I got in a whole other mood when I went in the studio. I just started recording, recording, recording as much as possible. I just got in a great zone. I was able to capture the best moments. It helped me make a classic album. It’s just going to be very timeless.”

What do you think of Future’s artwork? Weigh in below.

Mar
6
Video: Future f/ Pharrell & Pusha T – ‘Move That Dope’

Pusha T, Pharrell, and Future

Hustlers, take notes. Future gets the deal done in the gritty video for “Move That Dope,” the Mike WiLL Made It-produced single off his forthcoming sophomore album Honest.

Shot last month in downtown L.A., the Benny Boom-directed clip features appearances from Pharrell Williams and Pusha T. A police chase ensues in the streets, but Future is able to outsmart the cops with a decoy vehicle.

Rocking a Billionaire Girls Club hoodie and his Vivienne Westwood Buffalo hat, Skateboard P delivers his dope verse and King Push raps in front of a Wrangler.

Plus, look for cameos from Tyler, the Creator, Wiz Khalifa, ScHoolboy Q, and Mike WiLL.

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