Future Songs

  • Rockstar
    Future previously mentioned this collaboration while promoting Honest, although it didn't end up making the album's final cut. It was just one of many tracks that didn't make Honest, as the rapper said recently he plans on putting some of his leftovers records on a second album, to also drop in 2014.
  • Show You
    Show You
    Figg Panamera grabs Future and Juelz Santana for verses on this new mixtape leak, "Show You," where they brag about their steez and promise to show you how this trap thing is done. The cut is set to appear on the upcoming Sour Diesel 15 mixtape compilation from MuzikFene, DJ Dow Jones and 3rdy Baby, on which Figg Panamera also has hosting duties.
  • He Got Money
    He Got Money
    Rico Love has been spending 2014 stepping out from behind the curtain as a songwriter and producer and into the spotlight as a singer. His latest track, "He Got Money," features Future providing some well placed ad-libs. Centering on Rico Love and Future's money being used as an aphrodisiac for the ladies, "He Got Money" is brag-n-B at its finest. The cover artwork, featuring a child holding a stack of money, hammers the point home. There's no info on who produced this, but the beat sounds somewhat like Zaytoven's instantly-recognizable circus trap.
  • Me and My Broken Heart (Remix)
    Me and My Broken Heart (Remix)
    If you were tally up some Vegas-style odds on bands that were least likely to end up on HotNewHipHop, Rixton would probably be around 1000:1. Known for their enormous hit single "Me and My Broken Heart," the boy band from Manchester, England, is about as far off from "urban" as musicians can possibly be. Sometimes, however, statistically anomalies can occur.
  • Bag It Up
    Bag It Up
    As promised, Young Scooter comes through with his new single “Bag It Up” featuring Freebandz’ members Future and Casino. This serves as the first leak off his upcoming mixtape, 80s Baby, which drops on July 4th. Just like his previous release, “Hector”, Scooter jumps on a Chophouze-produced cut and delivers a new anthem for the streets. With a title like "Bag It Up" you already know what this one is about.
  • Move That Dope (Freestyle)
    Move That Dope (Freestyle)
    Killa Kyleon's been relatively quiet as of late, which explains why his "Move That Dope" freestyle comes months after the original Future track dropped. Nonetheless, his take on the beat is one of the more ferocious and unforgiving that we've heard yet, showing Kyleon's inner tenacity.
  • Buy The World
    Buy The World
    Before the weekend started we received a snippet of Mike WiLL Made It's new single "Buy The World" with a line-up consisting of Weezy F, Future and Kendrick Lamar. The full version has arrived a day, and it does not disappoint despite being the clean version (for now). Mike WiLL changes up production style for this one, going a more experimental different direction than the trap-pop "23" with Miley Cyrus, Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa. 
  • Buy The World
    Buy The World
    Mike WiLL Made It released a slew of huge singles last year, including Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop", Future's "Sh!t", and his own "23". Still, it seemed that the producer had something big in the works that he was preparing to unleash on the world.
  • What You Mean?  (CDQ)
    What You Mean? (CDQ)
    Future's Freebandz crew will release their mixtape In Free Bandz We Trust on iTunes later this month, and today we've got the official version of a track from it. Doe Boy is joined by Soulja Boy and Future himself over a beat produced by Chicago stalwart Young Chop on "What You Mean?", the first we've heard from the iTunes version of the tape.
  • Move That Dope (Freestyle)
    Move That Dope (Freestyle)
    This is the third new Waka Flocka song we've been graced with today. The Atlanta trapper first dropped an EDM collaboration with Flosstradamus, which he followed with a freestyle over Lil Wayne and Drake's "Believe Me".He's now come through with yet another freestyle, this time over the popular instrumental for Future's "Move That Dope". Casino certainly proved that yelled vocals sound incredible over the futuristic Mike WiLL MAde It Beat, and Waka makes the most of it. 
  • Same MF
    Same MF
    The Dungeon Family and the Sixsense Foundation have teamed up to make a new movie for this summer titled Tax Time. The Dungeon Family have recruited various Atlanta artists for the soundtrack including Future, who is already a member of the Dungeon Family. Along with Future, ATL singer Green Socks adds his touch to the track "Same MF”, which puts a flip on some old Goodie Mobb and Outkast songs.
  • Klapp Klapp (Nosaj Thing Remix)
    Klapp Klapp (Nosaj Thing Remix)
    Little Dragon are no strangers to rap collaborations. The Swedish synth-pop outfit have previously collaborated with both Drake and Big Boi, and today they have graced with yet another hip hop feature, with Atlanta by way of Pluto golden child Future hopping on the cut. Fewtch takes over the second half of the track with his lovelorn verse, drenched in auto-tune as always, but exhibiting a larger range than normal-- and not in the voice-crack giant reach kind of way, but rather incorporating longer runs of notes into his melodies.
  • Move That Dope (Remix)
    Move That Dope (Remix)
    "Move That Dope," a standout track from Future's recent album Honest, has been remixed by everyone from Machine Gun Kelly to Slim Thug, but today it gets quite possibly its biggest remix treatment yet. Rick Ross and Maybach Music Group cohort Tracy T have hopped on the Mike WiLL Made It-produced track, adding a pair of verses to the song's already-stellar cast. 
  • Moscato
    We heard from YMCMB's producer/singer Detail pretty recently with his Beatles-inspired record "Can I Buy Your Love", but today he brings us something slightly more on a hip-hop tip, with "Moscato" featuring Future. The two crooners give Moscato (which happens to be an alcohol beverage Nicki Minaj has some stake in) some free(?) promo on their record, as they sing about fucking a chick off Moscato.
  • Move That Dope (Remix)
    Move That Dope (Remix)
    Busta Rhymes and O.T Genesis are the most recent rappers to go in over Future's brick-flipping anthem, "Move That Dope".  The duo actually got the real loop of the beat, which is rare considering the many remakes we've heard rappers taking on recently. Busta has a new album on Cash Money in the works, and in a recent interview the rapper revealed that he's planning on releasing the project, which will be titled E.L.E.2 (Extinction Level Event 2) on July 4th.
  • No Matter What
    No Matter What
    Future just dropped his long-awaited sophomore album, "Honest", so we've decided to highlight one of his earlier cuts in our Throwback feature. "No Matter What" originally appeared on Future's Astronaut Status mixtape, which was instrumental in gaining hype for the rapper.
  • Way The Game Goes
    Way The Game Goes
    While we already heard this track, “Way The Game Goes”, back in December on DJ Esco’s No Sleep mixtape, Jim Jones decided to resurface the official dirty version as his newest single. The record is produced by KE On The Track, and features the same catchy hook from Future and verses from Young Scooter & Jim Jones.
  • Benz Friendz (Watchutola)
    Benz Friendz (Watchutola)
    The other day Future unleashed an official album stream for his upcoming album Honest, although as many fans noticed, two tracks were missing from the stream including the highly anticipated Andre 3k collaboration, "Benz Friendz." Well, today the full record surfaced (thank you Based God) and it does not disappoint! Listen to the two ATLiens trade bars over the record and let us know if you're fucking with it. How does Three Stacks sound?
  • Never Satisfied
    Never Satisfied
    Future's long-anticipated sophomore album, Honest is finally out April 22nd, and yesterday the snippets from the project were released. While the project sports features from the likes of Andre 3000, Kanye West, Wiz Khalifa and more (not to mention an outtake with Nicki Minaj that's rumored to sample George Michael's "Careless Whisper"), there was a lot of anticipation stemming from the collaboration with rap all-star, Drake.
  • Move That Dope (Remix)
    Move That Dope (Remix)
    Troy Ave has an affinity for remixes and freestyles, but when he borrows beats he borrows from the best (or, at least, popular).  This go around we hear Troy's take on Future's popular "Move That Dope" track. And, actually, we think his version might just be superior. This will appear on the long-awaited BSB Volume 4 mix, which we're told is coming soon. 
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