Future Songs

  • Face Card
    Face Card
    While Atlanta rapper Mexico Rann is fairly new to HNHH, he's been making an impact in the streets down South for sometime now. Signed to Future's Freebandz imprint, Lil Mexico links up with fellow labelmates Casino and Future for his newest release "Face Card". The B Wheezy-produced single will be featured on Mexico Rann's upcoming mixtape Welcome To Lil Mexico 2, which will be hosted by DJ Plugg. The project is expected to drop in the coming days. Take a listen to the new Freebandz release and let us know what ya think of the rising ATLien?
  • I Can't Believe (Moving On)
    I Can't Believe (Moving On)
    Future seems to be going in a more aggressive direction on Honest. Scrapping the Miley-assisted "Real & True", and seemingly modeling the album's song after surprise hit, "Sh!t". Perhaps that's why this new ballad didn't make the final cut. "I Can't Believe (Moving On)" is a ballad akin to the R&B-infused, Mike WiLL-backed songs that appeared on Pluto.  Look out for Fewtch's sophomore album to hit stores April 22nd. It will feature previously released tracks, "Honest", "Sh!t", "Move That Dope", and "Karate Chop (Remix)".
  • Move That Dope (Freestyle)
    Move That Dope (Freestyle)
    Future dropped his propulsive banger, "Move That Dope" a few weeks back, but surprisingly we haven't heard too many rappers going in on the beat. Perhaps it has something to with the fact that the master instrumental is not available, as the first freestyle that's popped up -- courtesy of Slim Thug -- is a remake of the Mike WiLL Made It beat. The track is still a win in the end, as Thug sounds quite comfortable on the icy instrumental, recalling his criminally underrated debut, Already Platinum.
  • Move That Dope (Remix)
    Move That Dope (Remix)
    Detroit emcee / producer KeY Wane has put his spin on Future, Pusha T, Pharrell, and Casino's "Move That Dope" single, thinning out Mike WiLL Made It's instrumental and adding a futuristic bounce to the mix. Watch the official music video for the original version below and let us know how they compare.  
  • Good Morning  [Tags]
    Good Morning [Tags]
    During last week’s performance at SPIN Magazine’s SXSW showcase, Future decided to treat the audience with two never before records titled “Look Ahead” and “Good Morning”. Tonight, Atlanta's Hot 107.9′s Durtty Boyz took to the airwaves to premiere the “Drunk In Love”-influenced record “Good Morning”.
  • Disfunction
    Young Scooter has dropped a new street anthem with a stacked cast of features.  "Disfunction" collects verses from Young Thug, Juicy J, and puts Future on the hook, while the beat comes courtesy of ATL production powerhouses Metro Boomin and 808 Mafia. Apparently Scooter will be releasing a new version of his first post-jail tape, Street Lottery 2, which will be called Street Lottery 2 Remixed. ScooWop will also appear on two new tracks from Future's upcoming sophomore album, Honest.
  • Pajama Pants
    Pajama Pants
    Here's a collaboration we don't see everyday. Nick Cannon decided to recruit Future, Migos, and 'Wild ‘N Out' comedian Traphik, aka Timothy DeLaGhetto, for this new party-themed record titled “Pajama Pants”.  The new twerk anthem will appear on Nick Cannon’s upcoming album White People Party Music, which drops on April 1st. The 18-track album will feature guest appearances from Afrojack, Pitbull, Akon, and more. Will this be a club-hit or flop? Take a listen below, and let us know what ya think! (I already see this hittin' Vine soon).
  • Future Performs Unreleased Song At SXSW
    Future Performs Unreleased Song At SXSW
    Future released his own version of "Drunk In Love" a month or so back, and while it seemed like the auto-tuned crooner was just hopping on the bandwagon of remixes, it seems that he may have had something to do with the writing of the track itself. Before launching into an unreleased song that sounded very similar to Beyonce's hit, Future revealed that he worked on the song with Detail, while working on "Drunk In Love".
  • Covered N Money
    Covered N Money
    Future will finally be following up his debut effort Pluto on April 22nd, with Honest. After many delays and much anticipation, the Astronaut MC revealed the tracklist and cover art (plus release date) for Honest the other week.
  • Move That Dope
    Move That Dope
    Future hopping on a track with the likes of Pusha T and Pharrell sounds enticing, and we have it there with this radio edit circulating around, called "Move That Dope." While the studio version Casino on a verse, it looks like Pharrell decided to give Casino the ax, as he does not appear on this edit. If you didn't like Casino's verse, then this is the version for you, provided you don't mind the radio-friendly censorship here. 
  • Girl Like You
    Girl Like You
    The Valentine's Day records haven't stopped pouring in since the day began. The latest rapper to deliver his very own V-Day-themed release is Young Scooter, and he's brought along Future, who happens to be a very frequent collaborator of his. This is actually the second time we've heard from Scooter this week, as the prolific rapper dropped "Whatever Happened To Me" with Metro Boomin' production just a few days ago.
  • Pocket Watching
    Pocket Watching
    Last week we premiered a new leak off Casino's mixtape, Frank Matthews, it was "Communication" with Young Thug. Well, today the mixtape has arrived in full, with 18 new tracks.
  • Rich Off Lean
    Rich Off Lean
    Lil Boosie was supposed to be out of prison this week, but as we learned recently his release has since been delayed.
  • Move That Dope
    Move That Dope
    Future is looking to reveal the artwork and release date for his long-awaited sophomore album Honest, but he's decided to grace us with a new crew track first. Recruiting the likes of Pusha T, Pharrell, and Freebandz rapper Casino, Future Hendrix gets an A-class instrumental from Mike WiLL, which is built off of a twisty bassline, making for an equally catchy and street-ready backdrop. No word on whether this will actually land on Future's album, or its just part of the rollout.
  • Anytime
    Ciara recently made her pregnancy with future-husband Future official, but she's not letting it affect her grind. The singer released her self-titled album this past July, however she's already at work on a new effort.
  • Out My Face
    Out My Face
    Young Thug is working on a torrent of new projects, all of which coming soon. For this latest track, "Out My Face," he enlists the help of Future and Rich Homie Quan, who drop verses on the track, produced by FKi.
  • Drunk In Love (Freestyle)
    Drunk In Love (Freestyle)
    Only a few hours after Beyoncé's surprise delivery of her self-titled album (and subsequent explosion of the internet), "Drunk In Love" arose as an early fan-favorite. Sporting the pummeling drums of Young Money's secret weapon, Detail (whose name you may have seen hiding amongst the Nothing Was The Same production credits), the over-sharing verse from hubby Jay Z, and meme-ability of the now ubiquitous "SURFBORT" line, what truly took the song to the next level was Bey's powerhouse vocal performance.
  • Sh!t (Remix)
    Sh!t (Remix)
    Listen to Sh!t (Remix), the latest track from Memphis Bleek. The cut dropped on Tuesday, January 28th, 2014. Memphis Bleek's future brightens with every new release, and Sh!t (Remix) certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Memphis Bleek has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more. If you dig this, visit Memphis Bleek's profile for the latest info, news, songs, and mixtapes. Thoughts?
  • Don't We (Untagged)
    Don't We (Untagged)
    At the beginning of the week we received a tagged up version of a new collaboration between Travis Porter and Future, with Future on the hook of course. Now we've got it sans tags, thanks to the producer Metro Boomin'. Enjoy. Quotable Lyrics
  • Don't We
    Don't We
    Travis Porter have been missing in action for a minute now, but today we get a new leak from them and the ATLien Future on the catchy hook. The cut lives on DJ Iceberg’s new Monopoly Music 16 which drops later today. How's the collaboration sound?  Quotable Lyrics
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