Future Songs

March Madness (Remix)
March Madness (Remix)
Future Feat. Nas
VERY HOTTTTT
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."
Forever (Remix)
Forever (Remix)
Akon Feat. Future
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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
Purple Reign
Purple Reign
Future
VERY HOTTTTT
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
Inside The Mattress
Future
VERY HOTTTTT
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.
Wicked
Wicked
Future
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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).
Al Sharpton
Al Sharpton
Future
VERY HOTTTTT
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." 
Jumpman (Freestyle)
Jumpman (Freestyle)
Lil B
VERY HOTTTTT
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
Low Life
Low Life
The Weeknd Feat. Future
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The Weeknd decided to kick off the Christmas festivities a little early today by releasing not one, but two new songs for us this morning, including a remix of Jeremih’s infectious new hit “Pass Dat.” But that wasn't all, after hitting us with a preview on IG a little while ago, the Toronto crooner decided to unleash an all new original song with Future as well called "Low Life," and its FIRE. 
56 Grams (Freestyle)
56 Grams (Freestyle)
Chevy Woods
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After appearing on Wiz Khalifa's new mixtape Cabin Fever 3 a few times, Chevy Woods is back at his solo material today with the release of a new freestyle. The TGOD rapper hasn't stopped grinding since he released his EP in August, The 48 Hunnid Project.
New Level
New Level
A$AP Ferg Feat. Future
VERY HOTTTTT
Earlier this month, A$AP Ferg returned with his first song in over a year, the Hit-Boy-produced "Tatted Angel." It's unclear if the song will make it on to Ferg's next album, Always Strive and Prosper, but regardless, it showed that the Hood Pope is still at the top of his game. As to what will end up on the new album -- this new banger featuring Future: "New Level." 
Blasé (Remix)
Blasé (Remix)
Ty Dolla $ign Feat. T.I., French Montana & A$AP Ferg
VERY HOTTTTT
Ty Dolla $ign just dropped not one, but TWO remixes of his eternal banger "Blasé." Between DJ Spinz's intoxicating production and Future on the hook, the track has produced more than its fair share of dance floor magic. Today, it is the gift that keeps on giving. The first remix featured Jeezy, Juicy J, & Diddy -- for the second, Ty recruits the talents of T.I., French Montana, & A$AP Ferg.
Blasé (Remix)
Blasé (Remix)
Ty Dolla $ign Feat. Jeezy, Juicy J & Diddy
VERY HOTTTTT
Ty Dolla $ign's "Blasé" is a song that has appreciated with time. This shit just gets more lit with every listen. Now, the song gets an official remix, with Jeezy, Juicy J, & Diddy tapping in for Rae Sremmurd. Diddy introduces some Blue Dot-influenced bars and ill-advised ad-libs to the mix. Ty drops an entirely new verse of his own (!) and it may be better than his original verse. Between Ty, Jeezy, Juicy, and Diddy, who had the best verse?
Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston
Casino Feat. Future
VERY HOTTTTT
While he's raised himself to the very top of the game, Future has also been strengthening his own crew and label at Freebandz. One of FBG's leading members, Casino, has just come through with Ex Drug Dealer 2, and Future guests on two of the tape's tracks, including the triumphant trapper's anthem "Whitney Houston."  The track comes with cinematic production from Atlanta top dawg Will-A-Fool. The FBG members don't glorify the dope-dealing lifestyle, but at the end of the day, "Whitney Houston" was their only way out. 
Drive By
Drive By
Curren$y Feat. Future
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A huge song off Canal St. Confidential has surfaced on the night before the album's release. Here's Curren$y and Future's "Drive By," and damn do they make for a nice duo. 
Cross Me
Cross Me
Lil Wayne Feat. Future & Yo Gotti
VERY HOTTTTT
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
Where Ya At
Lil Wayne
VERY HOTTTTT
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)
Aww Man (Radio Rip)
Lil Bibby Feat. Future
VERY HOTTTTT
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.
Last Breath
Last Breath
Future
VERY HOTTTTT
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.
Mi Combo
Mi Combo
Yandel Feat. Future
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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
Ball Like This
LA Leakers Feat. Future, Wiz Khalifa & Kid Ink
VERY HOTTTTT
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,