Lil Wayne Feat. Future & Yo Gotti
Like the first installment, Lil Wayne's No Ceilings 2 is primarily made up of freestyles, but there are a few original tracks scattered among the 24-song collection. One of the best of those brand new cuts is "Cross Me," which finds Weezy working with Future, a natural move considering he spends a good chunk of the tape going in over the Atlanta rapper's beats.
Where Ya At
As you probably saw on the 24-song tracklist, Weezy isn't shying away from tackling several WATTBA tracks, as well as a few individual Drake and Future records.
Aww Man (Radio Rip)
Lil Bibby Feat. Future
On November 27, Lil Bibby will be releasing the third installment in his Free Crack mixtape series, but before he does so he’s got some promoting to do first. Kicking off the project’s campaign Tuesday night, Bibby decided to give Chicago’s Power 92.3 radio station the green light to premiere the first offering from the tape called “Aww Man” featuring the man of the hour, Future Hendrix.
Looking to move past the twitter drama that Young Thug stirred up on Tuesday, Future decided to release a new song Tuesday night called “Last Breath,” which will see life on the upcoming "Creed" motion picture soundtrack.
Yandel Feat. Future
Future's personal output this year has been staggering, and so has the amount of features he has given to artists all over the map. Some of his more surprising contributions included two different collabs with French rappers, Kaaris and Booba. The Atlanta trapper's latest verse comes on a record from reggaeton artist Yandel, titled "Mi Combo."
Ball Like This
LA Leakers Feat. Future, Wiz Khalifa & Kid Ink
After teasing us for weeks, the LA Leakers come through tonight and release their new smash single “Ball Like This” featuring Wiz Khalifa, Kid Ink, and Future. Produced by Salva, Mike N Keys, DJ Khalil, and Jaycen Joshua, the track is a certified smash, and is about to do some serious damage in the clubs. Here's what DJ SourMilk & Justin Credible had to say about the record,
Young Scooter Feat. Future
Young Scooter came out of nowhere tonight and released the sequel to his 2012 effort Married To The Streets. Laced with 14 tracks in total, the follow up to this year’s Juggathon mixtape features guest appearances from the likes of Future, Young Thug, Young Buck, Waka Flocka, and many more.
You knew OVO Sound Radio would come with some Halloween treats tonight, and, indeed, one of those included a surprise set from grime emcee Skepta, who dropped three new remixes during his mix. The most noteworthy is of the biggest track off What a Time to Be Alive, last month's joint album between Future and Drake, who recently tattooed the initials of Skepta's Boy Better Know crew on his left shoulder.
Jeremih Feat. Future & Big Sean
Last night, Jeremih came through with a new leak off the long awaited, delayed, changed (etc) Late Nights: The Album. Every time we get a new leak off Late Nights we get all excited that maybe the album's roll out is finally happen-- only to have Jeremih withdraw once again. However, maybe now it's really, really time.
You Can See
Jadakiss Feat. Future
Jadakiss is getting ready to release a new album next month called Top 5 Dead Or Alive, which will serve as the follow up to his similarly-titled freestyle mixtape #T5DOA from a couple weeks back. Looking to get the ball rolling, the Lox member decides to share the lead single from the album tonight called “You Can See” featuring the man of the hour, Future.
Stick Talk (Remix)
It doesn’t look like Ricky Rozay is slowing up. After hitting us a freestyle over Post Malone’s “White Iverson” earlier this week, the MMG boss decides to waste little time in sharing another remix he did over Future’s popular Dirty Sprite 2 cut “Stick Talk.”
DJ Khaled Feat. Future, Boosie Badazz, Rick Ross & Jeezy
I Changed a Lot drops tomorrow, and DJ Khaled has shared another highly anticipated collab off the release: "I Ride," bringing along his good friends Future, Boosie Badazz, Rick Ross and Jeezy. Right from the get-go, it's a hair-raising, high-octane banger reminiscent of Khaled's classic street-sweeping anthems.
We've seen our fair share of "Jumpman" remixes, but wait -- there's one more y'all gotta hear. It comes from Chicago upstart Ty Money, whose name you'll be seeing plenty in the near future. The song lends an immediate triple time tempo and some easy source material for Ty to begin his lyrical attack.
I Don't Play About My Paper
DJ Khaled Feat. Future & Rick Ross
For third time today, DJ Khaled releases a monster record off his upcoming I Changed A Lot album, dropping October 23.
DJ Khaled Feat. Future, Trey Songz & Jeremih
DJ Khaled announced this morning that I Changed A Lot is dropping on October 23rd and he's releasing two monster singles today. They've already made their way onto the web, led by "You Mine" feat. Future, Trey Songz, and Jeremih. It is immediately clear from the first soaring note that this song will be getting some heavy radio rotation on the coming months. Khaled stays coming with them hits.
Dreezy is one of many talented female Chicago rappers, including Tink and and W.W.A. (the 4-woman group that includes Sasha Go Hard and Katie Got Bandz). She gained attention with her latest EP, Call It What You Want, which featured K Camp and production from Southside. For her latest release, she's decided to remix the biggest tune off Drake and Future's What a Time to Be Alive.
Simple Things (Remix)
Miguel Feat. Future & Chris Brown
Miguel's Wildheart, released in June, is among the best albums released this year. If you missed it, perhaps it was because there were no features aside from Kurupt and Lenny Kravitz. Well, now the L.A. singer has "re-lit" one of the album's bonus tracks, "Simple Things," and brought along Future and Chris Brown. That's a lot of talent on one track.
Before Drake fucked up the game and live streamed What a Time to Be Alive, he played out a short mix, which included tracks from lesser-knowns such as Kodak Black and the UK group Section Boyz, as well as a couple of exclusives. The biggest non-WATTBA track played during tonight's special episode of OVO Sound Radio has to be PartyNextDoor's "Blasé" remix.
Shawty Lo Feat. Future
Future is on quite a roll right now, and his latest collab with Shawty Lo is yet another solid release, but it sounds like it could've been lying around for a minute. Young Fewtch hasn't been on an R&B tape recently, usually keeping things more in mumblecore territory. Thus, the bright, melodic, "Problems" sounds more akin from the Honest era.
Timbaland Feat. Tink & Future
Depending who you talk to, Timbaland can be seen as Tink's perfect collaborative partner, or the dude who's cramping her style. We'll just have to see if the latest collaboration changes anyone's mind -- a track with Timbo billed as the lead artist, while Tink and -- the man who can do no wrong -- Future Hendrix, are featured.