Buy The World
Mike Will Made It Feat. Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar & Future
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.
The Weeknd Feat. Future
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.
Birdman Feat. Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Mack Maine & Future
The track dropped on Tuesday, March 12th, 2013. Birdman's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Tapout is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Birdman stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more. Check out Birdman on 100 Favors, featuring Kendrick Lamar & Detail. Check out Birdman's profile page for the most recent info, news, songs, and mixtapes.
Where Ya At
Future Feat. Drake
We already knew Drake was a feature on Dirty Sprite 2, but with the tracklist arriving the other day, we found out that he is the -only- feature on the highly anticipated album. With the album dropping tomorrow, we've been blessed with the Drake-featured "Where Ya At" and it does not disappoint.
Turn On The Lights (Remix) (Full Version)
Check out Turn On The Lights (Remix) (Full Version), the latest track from Lil Wayne, which dropped on Monday, September 17th, 2012. Lil Wayne's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Turn On The Lights (Remix) (Full Version) has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work Lil Wayne has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what Lil Wayne has on deck.
Future Feat. Drake & Juicy J
As we heard over the weekend, there will apparently be a lot of remixes to Future's Mike WiLL Made It-produced track "Shit." One of those remixes has arrived today, with Drizzy and Juicy J, and will live on DJ Esco's No Sleep mixtape scheduled to drop today. How's this one sound? Stay tuned for more. Quotable Lyrics
Hold You Down
DJ Khaled Feat. Chris Brown, August Alsina, Future & Jeremih
Just a few hours after announcing the latest mega-collaboration from his I Changed A Lot LP, DJ Khaled has unleashed the single to the interwebs. Check out "Hold You Down" and let us know what you think about the record in our comments section.
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."
I Got The Keys
DJ Khaled Feat. Future & Jay Z
The summer's most anticipated anthem is finally here. Three major kingpins, one on social media and two in the dope game, have combined for a hard-hitting anthem that sounds as big as the bosses who made it. "I Got the Keys" is DJ Khaled's latest single, and it features Future and Jay Z. This one will likely be THE major key on Khaled's Major Key, which is set to arrive on July 29.
P Reign Feat. Drake & Future
Toronto emcee P. Reign scores some of the biggest collaborators in the game for this hot new mixtape single. Yeah, you read that right: he got Drake & Future on a mixtape single. Off the OVO affiliate's upcoming Dear America tape arriving September 2nd, "DnF" finds all three contributes trying to convince some ladies to get "drunk and fuck" (yeah, that's what the title stands for).
Never Satisfied (Full Version)
Future Feat. Drake
Future and Drake's "Never Satisfied" was one of the most peculiar songs to end up on a major album this year -- not because of any sonic weirdness, but because it seemed to be abruptly, inexplicably shortened. Now, the song's producer, Mike WiLL Made It, has shared the full version.
Ace Hood Feat. Wiz Khalifa, T.I., Meek Mill, French Montana, 2 Chainz, Future, DJ Khaled & Birdman
Stream Bugatti (Remix), the newest drop from Ace Hood which features Wiz Khalifa, T.I., Meek Mill, French Montana, 2 Chainz, Future, DJ Khaled & Birdman. The cut was released on Monday, May 6th, 2013. Things are looking better for Ace Hood with each new release, which Bugatti (Remix) has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Ace Hood has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next.
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.
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.
Future Feat. Kanye West
With Future's long awaited sophomore album, Honest, only a couple weeks away, he decides to go ahead and unleash his highly anticipated record with Kanye West titled "I Won". The Metro Boomin-produced cut features the two super stars slowing things down a bit and rapping about their recent love interests and baby mamas, Ciara & Kim K. A video for this record has already been shot by Hype Williams. Look for that to impact in the near future.
Future Feat. Drake & 2 Chainz
Project E.T. has officially landed, and it comes packed with otherworldly collaborations. Future had been quiet for some time after overwhelming the game with two consecutive projects to start the year. E.T. is technically Esco's mixtape, but ultimately, it's a compilation of unexpected Future collabs that wouldn't have fit in with his past few -- mostly featureless -- releases. There's a track with Future and Uzi, and another with him and Rich Homie Quan, but the biggest collab on the tape happens to be one with a less surprising lineup.
A$AP Ferg Feat. Future
Earlier this month, A$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."
Drinks On Us (Remix)
The Weeknd previewed his remix to Mike Will Made It's "Drinks On Us" earlier today, and now he's let go of the full version of his remix. Abel takes the first two minutes to himself, smoothing out Swae Lee's screechy melody into a more traditional R&B vocal. From there he takes things into his own territory, but takes the swag of a rapper for the remainder of his verse, boasting about just about everything, including his jawline definition.
Travis Scott Feat. 2 Chainz & Future
Travi$ Scott delivered an energetic performance on the Festival Stage yesterday as part of Summer Jam 2015, and during his set he decided to debut his highly anticipated single "3500" featuring 2 Chainz and Future. It's the first single off the G.O.O.D. Music/Hustle Gang rapper's forthcoming debut album, Rodeo.
Do You Mind
DJ Khaled Feat. Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Future, August Alsina, Jeremih & Rick Ross
"Holy Key," the first single from DJ Khaled's album Major Key, was a triumph. In particular, the Kendrick verse. With the album due out tomorrow, Khaled premieres another track by way of iHeartRadio called "Do You Mind." The supporting cast of Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Future, August Alsina, Jeremih, and Rick Ross is like the rap equivalent of the "New Year's Eve" cast.