Future and The Weeknd Perform 'Low Life' on 'SNL'

  /  03.05.2016

March madness is here. In between dates on his “Purple Reign” tour with Ty Dolla $ign, Future made his “Saturday Night Live” debut this weekend. The Dirty Sprite 2 rapper served up a double dose of performances, starting with “Low Life.”

Rocking a fur-lined parka, Future took the stage before being joined by “SNL” alum The Weeknd for the first live performance of their Metro Boomin-produced collaboration off Future’s chart-topping album EVOL.

A solo Hendrix, decked out in a camo bandana and graffiti print cargo jacket, returned later in the show to perform his 2015 smash “March Madness.”

Before his performances, Future joined host Jonah Hill during the opening monologue to perform his What a Time to Be Alive hit “Jumpman,” with Hill filling in for Drake. Watch their hilarious duet below.


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