Future Songs

  • Hey There
    Hey There
    Lately, Future can do no wrong. His #FutureHive can obviously attest to this, but Dirty Sprite 2 appears to be on rotation regardless of whether or not you count yourself among the #FutureHive stans. Today we turn our attention to DeJ Loaf's forthcoming EP, #AndSeeThatsTheThing, with a new collaboration she did with the lean enthusiast.
  • Codeine Crazy (Icarus Story)
    Codeine Crazy (Icarus Story)
    With everyone going crazy for Future's new album right now, Vic Mensa chose the perfect time to debut the CDQ version of his "Codeine Crazy" cover. We previously saw the rapper perform the record live at the Pitchfork Music Festival, but now we have the official audio.
  • Flexin
    Flexin
    DJ Holiday just dropped his unbelievably stacked God Bless The Mixtape, and although it's hard to pick a highlight, any track with Meek MIll, Future and T.I. on it should be deserving. This one's called "Flexin," and was produced by DJ Spinz and Dun Deal.
  • Freak Hoes (Freestyle)
    Freak Hoes (Freestyle)
    It seems like everyone was enjoying Future's DS2 album this weekend, including plenty of rappers. BeatKing was one of the many fans quoting the project on Twitter, and by the time he got to "Freak Hoes," he was convinced he needed to be on it.We don't disagree. The record is a take on a southern rap classic (TRU's song of the same name), repackaged for the current strip club set, but the vintage bounce is still present. BeatKing's been doing just that for a minute now, and if we didn't know better, we might almost assume it was produced by him. 
  • Dirty Sprite
    Dirty Sprite
    Future is following up one of his very first mixtapes, Dirty Sprite, with Dirty Sprite 2, an album. Old fans get to see Future return to his roots, while new fans get a quick Future history lesson, and will likely go searching for the first Dirty Sprite, thus it acts as a win-win.
  • Where Ya At
    Where Ya At
    We already knew Drake was a feature on Dirty Sprite 2, but with the tracklist arriving the other day, we found out that he is the -only- feature on the highly anticipated album. With the album dropping tomorrow, we've been blessed with the Drake-featured "Where Ya At" and it does not disappoint.
  • El Chapo
    El Chapo
    If you somehow haven’t heard by now, Mexican drug lord, Joaquín Guzmán Loera aka El Chapo, managed to escape from a maximum security prison in Mexico on Saturday night, and has since been on the run, making news stories all around the world (and rightfully so).
  • Blow A Bag
    Blow A Bag
    The fast and furious ramp up to Dirty Sprite 2 continues as Future shares new single "Blow a Bag," featuring the all-star production lineup of Metro Boomin, Sonny Digital, and Southside.
  • Tricken Every Car I Get
    Tricken Every Car I Get
    Whether on their many respective features or recent projects, Future and Boosie Badazz have been two of the most unstoppable, consistent forces in rap this year. Perhaps due to the difference in age and hometown, the two hadn't appeared side-by-side on a track in 2015 until today, when both show up for Trae Tha Truth's latest record. This one's called "Tricken Every Car I Get," and it's got Young Super Future on the hook and verses from Trae and Boosie. 
  • Blasé
    Blasé
    It's still early in the day, but Friday is looking to be a strong one for new music. After getting a new Meek Mill leak off DWMTM, featuring Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign follows suit with a drop from his highly anticipated album Free TC.
  • News Or Somthn
    News Or Somthn
    Following a string of new mixtapes, three to be precise, Future shows no signs of slowing down. He's starting the week by offering up some new music, part of a continuing series as he hashtagged the song on twitter #MONSTERMONDAY.  The rapper gives us a jumpy flow with his signature auto-tune, over gleaming production from Nard & B. Future narrates tales of the trap, the jewels, the artillery, and the accompanied dangers that come with living in ATL.
  • Mean To Me
    Mean To Me
    Future's Freebandz label hasn't made any new additions in a while, but today they announce that Zona Man, an MC from Chicago, has joined the team. Here's his first track as an FBG artist, "Mean To Me." It features Future and Lil Durk and was produced by fellow Chicagoan C-Sick.  Speaking to The Fader about the track, Zona said: 
  • Commas (Remix)
    Commas (Remix)
    Just a few hours ago, we premiered the video for Audio Push's new remix of Future's "Commas," and now they've given us the green light to premiere the audio too. Check it out and download it here. 
  • Freaknic
    Freaknic
    After hitting us with the visual for “Ninja” a couple weeks ago, female artist Mila J decides to come through and share a new track tonight called “FreakNic” featuring Future.
  • Get High With Me
    Get High With Me
    Waka Flocka Flame and DJ Whoo Kid's "Turn Up Godz" tour already spawned an entire mixtape of new music, but they're not done yet. Today, it's our pleasure to premiere new music from them, plus Future, Steve Aoki and 808 Mafia. The track's called "Get High With Me."
  • 3500 (CDQ)
    3500 (CDQ)
    Travi$ Scott delivered an energetic performance on the Festival Stage yesterday as part of Summer Jam 2015, and during his set he decided to debut his highly anticipated single "3500" featuring 2 Chainz and Future. It's the first single off the G.O.O.D. Music/Hustle Gang rapper's forthcoming debut album, Rodeo.
  • Hit It Raw
    Hit It Raw
    When Future, Young Scooter and Zaytowven get in the studio together, magic's almost guaranteed to happen. They absolutely killed "Ooooh," the opening track on Future's Beast Mode, earlier this year, and now, they're back for two repeat performances on Scooter's Juggathon. Here's the better of the two, "Hit It Raw."
  • Fuck Up Some Commas (Remix)
    Fuck Up Some Commas (Remix)
    Future Hendrix continues to keep the content coming. Just hours after dropping off the official video for “Lay Up”, he decides to give his Monster street cut, “Commas”, the remix treatment, adding two new verses from MMG bawse Rick Ross and G.O.O.D. Music’s own Big Sean.
  • Commas (Thelonious Martin Remix)
    Commas (Thelonious Martin Remix)
    Future's "Commas" has proved to be the rapper's biggest hit out of his impressive mixtape run of the last 6 months. We've heard plenty of remixed from fellow rappers doing their best to upstage Fewtch's infectious vocals, but so far no one has really done the Southside beat justice.
  • Real Sisters (Remix)
    Real Sisters (Remix)
    If there's one thing we know about Trey Songz, it's that he doesn't give a fuck if the other two participating members of a threesome are real sisters. That same sentiment was expressed by Future on a Beast Mode track, and today, Songz comes to reclaim his title as Mr. Steal Your Girl/Sister/Daughters. Hide your kids, hide your wife.
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