The Grind Don't Stop
Young Scooter Feat. Future
Young Scooter has collaborated with FBG head honcho Future on several occasions over the course of the last couple years. They even have a rumored joint mixtape that is "#COMING SOON," according to Scooter.
Right Now (Remix)
Uncle Murda Feat. Future, Fabolous & Jadakiss
Last year, Uncle Murda teamed up with Future for a Metro Boomin-produced banger called “Right Now,” and today he’s back with the official remix adding Brooklyn spitters Fabolous & Jadakiss to it.
March Madness (Gleesh Mix)
Future's "March Madness" was indisputably one of the biggest tracks of last year. So big, in fact, that one better come with his best effort if he intends to pull off a remix of the Tarentino-produced banger. Fat Trel does just that, though the production is a remake of Tarentino's, and it doesn't pack the same type of visceral energy. But Trel's energy on the mic and his portrait of the Slutty Boyz lifestyle are enough to provide exciting new life to the track that was finally starting to get less and less play.
News Or Something (Freestyle)
Florida’s Kodak Black has been steadily carving out a lane for himself since he gained critical acclaim with his Institutionalized mixtape. He flexes his storytelling skills on a new freestyle he just let loose.
550 Madoff Feat. Future
We've got a new Atlanta artist to introduce tonight by the name of 550 Madoff. He's had a couple big records, such as the Metro Boomin-produced "Ready to Ride," and he's looking to make waves in the streets with his new single, "80s Back," featuring Future, who happens to be Madoff's blood cousin. The kinship is apparent on "80s Back," and they come out with a tough dope-boy anthem, produced by ATL fixture Will A Fool.
Baauer Feat. Pusha T & Future
Baauer gave us what is secretly one of Fetty Wap's very best tracks last year with "Promises," and in January he gave us another vocal record with contributions from Novelist and Leikeli47.
French Montana Feat. Future
Both French Montana and Future appeared on Miley Cyrus' album, Bangerz, and today, they've used her name to make their own banger -- though it's entirely in the tradition of Migos' "Hannah Montana," rather than a real tribute to the singer. Future's hook feels a little more energetic and colorful than on his recent tear of mumble-driven darkness, which makes us think this could date back a year or two, recalling the "Bugatti" era of his hook career.
Rejjie Snow Feat. Future & Rich The Kid
Rejjie Snow isn't from around here. He hails all the way from Dublin, Ireland, but he didn't let thousands of miles stop him from putting together a fantastic track with Rich the Kid and Future. "Product" is a true banger, and a great way to introduce everyone to the Irish emcee. Future handles the hook on this track, rapping about the product he used to put out for the fiends on his block. Rich the Kid gets verse one, and then on verse two we hear Rejjie Snow. You can hear the accent in his voice as he spits raspy, lucid flows.
Yo Gotti Feat. Future
Big day for Yo Gotti. Earlier today, he unveiled the official remix to his hit single "Down in the DM," featuring a couple of show-stopping verses from Nicki Minaj, and he's already back with another high-profile collab -- this time alongside Future.
Fly Shit Only
DJ Khaled swung by Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show this afternoon to let the people know what they can expect from We The Best Radio, his new show on Apple Music that debuts tomorrow (!!). More importantly, he premiered a brand new song from the new Future album EVOL: "Fly Shit Only."
March Madness (Remix) (CDQ)
Future Feat. Nas
This past weekend produced one of the most eventful episodes of OVO Sound Radio to date. Drake debuted "Summer Sixteen" as well as an unexpected Nas remix of "March Madness."
Future dropped his Purple Reign mixtape last month, and it was yet another powerful offering from the seemingly unstoppable rapper. Today, he's shared what appears to be a bonus track from the project, which sounds a whole like the last two songs on the tape, in that it's slower and moodier than the rest of the records.
Meek Mill Feat. Future & Dave East
All in all, Meek Mill's 4/4 part 2 EP is a ferocious release, with nearly every track equaling the unrelenting energy of "War Zone," a record which not only takes aim at Drake, but manages to respond to multiple lines from the rapper's Summer Sixteen record, released a mere 10 minutes earlier.
March Madness (Remix)
Future Feat. Nas
Tonight’s episode of OVO Sound included a few exciting exclusives. Drake's "Summer Sixteen" may have been the highlight, but one of the most surprising moments of the evening was when Nas began rapping over Future’s "March Madness."
Akon Feat. Future
Akon returned from his musical hiatus last year and closed out 2015 on somewhat of a mini-comeback, releasing tracks like “Want Some," “Whole Lot” featuring Migos, and “Stick Around.” Looking to kee
Yesterday, DJ Esco was the first to hint at the possibility of a new Future mixtape, as he shared this clip via Twitter. The video shows Esco and Metro capturing some rare studio vibes while putting the finishing touches on "Purple Reign," which, as we've come to discover, provides a fitting finale to the mixtape from which it takes its name.
Inside The Mattress
As the world spends their Sunday morning taking in the new Future tape, a few favorites have been tossed around on Twitter. "Inside The Mattress" seems have the greatest consensus, and happens to be the only on the track produced by long-time Future collaborators Nard & B. The duo has worked on classics from "Straight Up" to "Throwaway," making them one of Fewtch's best matches, but also one of his most underrated.
Metro Boomin and Southside have become two of Future's most important collaborators over the last year. Metro has overseen much of Future's work over his recent creative burst, and has also sculpted his sound by contributing his impossibly heavy instrumentals to the rapper's many projects. Meanwhile, Southside is partially responsible for bringing the 56 Nights sound to Future, beginning with the influential "Commas" beat back in 2014 (DJ Spinz recently told us about how that particular hit came together).
Damn, Mike Will. The first Ransom 2 cut could've easily been the lead single off SremmLife 2, and now, the latest leak off the highly anticipated mixtape comes from Mike's day 1 trapper -- Future Hendrix, who's in rare, rare form on "Al Sharpton."
Lil B the Based God
Lil B has kept relatively quiet since teaming up with Chance The Rapper for a collection of songs, Free Based Freestyles, however he made a return this holiday season, with an feature on Gucci Mane's "Embarrassed" alongside Post Malone and Riff Raff. Today the Bay Area rapper makes his second appearance on the site this week, with a freestyle over Drake and Future's "Jumpman" instrumental, turning his own n