Future gives his "Codeine Crazy" anthem the visual treatment today, with a trippy visual to accompany his lean-sipping. Appropriately, the video takes on a purple hue a la promethazine-codeine, from purple horses to purple skies and purple water. Everything dipped in lean. Watch it above.
The ski mask has a long history in rap music, but it seems to have been a more common symbol over the last five years. Perhaps, this has to do with the rap instrumentals sounding scarier and more aggressive than ever wwith the prevalence of trap.
It's Martin Luther King day, and many rappers are paying tribute to the legendary political figure on social media, but Future has come through with a new montage of King's inspiring moments, soundtracked by his Honest-closing ballad, "Blood, Sweat & Tears".The rapper just release his Zaytoven-assisted mixtape, Bea
The other week Future rolled out the music video for "Mad Luv" the other week, Future returns with more visuals off his last mixtape Monster. He's definitely keeping his name alive, with another new mixtape on the way and a lot of videos.
After giving us visuals for both "Hardly" and "Monster" off his Monster mixtape, Future took a bit of a break before returning today with another Monster cut visualized, "Mad Luv." Future visits his native Atlanta to shoot the visual with his posse, with cameos from Rae Sremmurd and Mike WiLL Made It.
Last week, Future spoke with Tim Westwood about his brand new Metro Boomin executive produced-mixtape, Monster, and today he's shared a new vlog which pairs some of his thoughts from the interview with live performances.
Tomorrow, Future will be giving us a new tape by the name of Monster. Having already dropped the title track and "Break The Rules," Mr. Freebandz shares one more the day before his release date. "Hardly" is released in video form and is a tribute to OG Double D.
Future is prepping a new mixtape for October 28th, Monster. The project was lead with his single of the same name two months back, and after giving us a quick promo for Monster as well as a vlog, he now unveils the official music video for the cut.
Since dropping Honest in the first quarter of the year, Future's enjoyed a big 2014, complete with touring a number of high-profile guest appearances on other artists' singles. Recently, the ATL crooner visited Skee TV's offices in L.A.
The other week Future dropped off a new single "Monster" with production from 808 Mafia and Metro Boomin. Following the release of Honest, Future did say he was planning to drop off the much-delayed Future Hendrix later this year. More recently, word is that Future is working on a mixtape project titled Evol.
Future released his sophomore album, Honest, a few months back, but as always, he's still got plenty of unreleased material in the vault. Today, he's unleashed the brand new banger, "Coupe", which gets it's tip toeing synths from ATL OG, Drumma Boy.
Future's sophomore album, Honest, was pretty evenly divided between shouty street anthems and heartfelt ballads. "T-Shirt" the record's second track falls squarely in the former category, with a hook based around one repeated note, more rhythmic than melodic, in a way that made "Karate Chop" so effective.
Future returns to his recent album Honest today for some new visual content. The blonde-hair dreaded rapper unleashes a music video for his heartfelt ballad "Blood, Sweat, Tears," where he details his struggle to get where he is and the all the work he put into his music.
Future was a guest on Arsenio Hall last night, and in addition to performing a mix of both "I Won" and "Honest", the rapper spoke to Arsenio Hall for an interview-- which happened to be Future's late-night show debut.
Future is riding waves of success with his sophomore LP, Honest, which has generally received positive reviews although it's only looking like it'll sell 45-50k (we should have the official numbers for first week sales any day now).
With his album, Honest, hitting stores this past Tuesday, Future has been heavy with his promo game. Stopping by Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show on Wednesday night, Future brought along special guest, Pusha T, to perform their street anthem “Move That Dope”.
Future's long-awaited sophomore album arrives next week, and the ATL crooner shared the most recent single from the project just last week.The Kanye West-assisted song now has some official visuals, which finds both rappers on the beach, addressing their respective significant others.