Future goes on a reflective ride through the night in the video for his latest HNDRXX single, “Use Me.”
The clip begins with Future meeting his younger self at a diner, where he reflects on his early days. “I was trappin’ out grandma’s house when I came out,” he raps. “I said ‘Fuck the streets’ and made my own lane now.”
As he’s driven around by his younger self, he continues to reminisce. Then, memories flash, including one where masked burglars break into a home and tie a woman down on a bed. The boy who plays young Future looks on while Hendrix walks in.
The somber visual ends with Future’s voice recalling those days. “When I was young, I was in one of those houses, a drug house, always get busted, police running in there,” he says. “It was my grandma’s house.
“Use Me” is a single off HNDRXX, which Future dropped a week after his self-titled LP. Both opened at the top of the Billboard 200, making him the first artist ever to debut back-to-back No. 1s in consecutive weeks.