Future Videos

  • Future "Wesley Presley" Video
    Future "Wesley Presley" Video
    Future's "Wesley Presley," taken from last year's Monster tape, is a song that has him comparing himself to Wesley Snipes ("New Jack City nigga like Wesley") and Elvis Presley ("White girl with me like Elvis"). Today it gets a video as part of the Freebandz President's ongoing Monster Mondays campaign. 
  • Future "56 Nights" Video
    Future "56 Nights" Video
    For the past few weeks, Future's been turning our gloomy Monday afternoons into #MonsterMondays with new video drops. Choosing songs taken from his last three tapes, Monster, Beast Mode and 56 Nights, Mr. Freebandz has been dropping them off at a breakneck pace, and today, we get one for the title track of the most recent project. 
  • Future "Peacoat" Video
    Future "Peacoat" Video
    Releasing 3 mixtapes over the last 6 months, Future has a lot of material to choose from when it comes to videos. At this rate, it seems his plan may be to roll out videos for each and every song from Monster, Beast Mode, and 56 Nights. With that model in place, Fewtch should have no trouble riding out the whole year off that music alone, but we know he's got at least one more project with Mike WiLL on the way, so this all could just be a warm up.
  • Future "Trap Niggas" Video
    Future "Trap Niggas" Video
    Future's new video begins with a Big Rube-esque narration, setting the scene for a paranoid visual that follows up-and-coming ATl rappers Key! and ManManSavage, investigating the glamorous and not-so-glamorous aspects of drug-dealing. The video incorporates a distorted seque technique similar to that of Kanye Wests's "Welcome To Heartbreak".
  • Future "Trap Niggas" Trailer
    Future "Trap Niggas" Trailer
    One songs rose above all on Future's latest mixtape, 56 Nights, and that was the hypnotically beautiful, "March Madness," but it would be hard not to give the consolation prize to the gritty "Trap Niggas". Fewtch has been gradually rolling out for videos for the many highlights from his recent three-tape binge, and it seems "Trap Niggas" is next in line.
  • Future "Where I Came From" Video
    Future "Where I Came From" Video
    Awaken, #FutureHive, your idol has a new video. Today, it's Beast Mode cut "Where I Came From" that gets the treatment. One of the more melancholic tracks on the tape, this one has Mr. Freebandz reminiscing about stashing "23 bricks in a speaker" and driving "Chevy Impalas and Regals, man." His past in the drug game still informs his actions today, which is something Future seems bittersweet about.
  • Future "Forever Eva" Video
    Future "Forever Eva" Video
    Future is having one of the most prolific years of anyone around. While cuts from last year's Monster, like "Fuck Up Some Commas", continue to blow up on the daily, the Freebandz general has already put out two tapes this year--Beast Mode, with Zaytoven, and 56 Nights, with DJ Esco. All three mixtapes are among the hottest things on our percolators right now.
  • Future "March Madness" Video
    Future "March Madness" Video
    It's the last day of March, so Future pretty much had to share a video for 56 Nights cut "March Madness" today, or risk waiting 11 months until it was kosher to do so in 2016. Although this one looks much more low-budget than the recently-released "Fuck Up Some Commas" video, it's still slick, with Future wearing all white for most of the clip. 
  • Future "Fuck Up Some Commas" Video
    Future "Fuck Up Some Commas" Video
    This first reaction you're likely to have after seeing Future's new "Fuck Up Some Commas" video is, 'Damn, he must have fucked up some commas making this video.' Yes, this thing looks like it was expensive to make (as it should be), and the result is great.
  • Vince Staples Debuts New Single Featuring Future At SXSW
    Vince Staples Debuts New Single Featuring Future At SXSW
    Vince Staples was definitely one of the highlights at the HNHH-sponsored Action Bronson "South by South Wonderful" showcase (apart from the headliners, Curren$y and Action, of course). Vince Staples did his thing, getting the crowd hype by debuting a never-before-heard song. The record, which definitely features Future, sounds like it has a West Coast meets trap music vibe, appropriately enough given the merging of Cali x Atlanta rappers. We need the CDQ for this, like, today!
  • Young Scooter Announces Album Title, Hints At Joint Projects With Future
    Young Scooter Announces Album Title, Hints At Joint Projects With Future
    For the past five or so years, Young Scooter has been a mainstay in Atlanta's trap scene. He recently dropped his tenth mixtape, Jug Season, and before he follows it up with Married To The Streets 2, we got the chance to sit down with the Black Migo Gang artist and talk shop.
  • Future "Just Like Bruddas" Video
    Future "Just Like Bruddas" Video
    After the wading through his darkest sonics depths on Monster, Future brought back his gleefully bright style with the help of Zaytoven on Beast Mode. As he's demonstrated throughout his career, just because the melodies are sticky, doesn't mean the emotional weight isn't there. "Just Like Bruddas" acknowledges the rappers naysayers up-front, mentioning those who took Ciara's side in their very public break up.
  • Future "Just Like Bruddas" Trailer
    Future "Just Like Bruddas" Trailer
    Future has been going back to his Monster mixtape for his last few videos, but today he's decided to start pulling from the considerably brighter companion piece, Beast Mode. "Just Like Bruddas" was a highlight from the project, briefly addressing Fewtch's breakup with Ciara, but not in the menacing way he did on "Throw Away".
  • Future "Codeine Crazy" Video
    Future "Codeine Crazy" Video
    Future gives his "Codeine Crazy" anthem the visual treatment today, with a trippy visual to accompany his lean-sipping. Appropriately, the video takes on a purple hue a la promethazine-codeine, from purple horses to purple skies and purple water. Everything dipped in lean. Watch it above.
  • Future "Gangland" Video
    Future "Gangland" Video
    The ski mask has a long history in rap music, but it seems to have been a more common symbol over the last five years. Perhaps, this has to do with the rap instrumentals sounding scarier and more aggressive than ever wwith the prevalence of trap. Whatever the reason, Future's Monster tape is certainly ski mask music, as his new video illustrates, with Fewtch holed up in a bando, which once again is a mainstay in current hip hop videos, particularly in Atlanta.
  • Future "My Savages" Video
    Future "My Savages" Video
    Future has been insanely prolific over the last few months. A couple weeks back, he hit us with Beast Mode, which paired him with ATL vet Zaytoven for the entirety of the release, but late last year, he gave us anotehr cohesive tape, Monster.
  • Future Pays Tribute To Martin Luther King
    Future Pays Tribute To Martin Luther King
    It's Martin Luther King day, and many rappers are paying tribute to the legendary political figure on social media, but Future has come through with a new montage of King's inspiring moments, soundtracked by his Honest-closing ballad, "Blood, Sweat & Tears".
  • Future "Radical" Video
    Future "Radical" Video
    The other week Future rolled out the music video for "Mad Luv" the other week, Future returns with more visuals off his last mixtape Monster. He's definitely keeping his name alive, with another new mixtape on the way and a lot of videos. The next Monster track to get visualized is "Radical." The music video has Future in his element at a strip club, and a styrofoam double cup in hand. Watch it above.
  • Future "Mad Luv" Video
    Future "Mad Luv" Video
    After giving us visuals for both "Hardly" and "Monster" off his Monster mixtape, Future took a bit of a break before returning today with another Monster cut visualized, "Mad Luv." Future visits his native Atlanta to shoot the visual with his posse, with cameos from Rae Sremmurd and Mike WiLL Made It.
  • Young Scooter Feat. Future "Bag It Up" Video
    Young Scooter Feat. Future "Bag It Up" Video
    This Summer, Young Scooter delivered his long-awaited 80s Baby mixtape. The project was filled with the wistful street rap Scooter has made his name off of, and plenty of his frequent collaborators showed up to sho wsupport. One of the highlights had the ATL rapper teaming up once again with Future, who rather than contribute a hook, came through with some "Move That Dope"-esque flows.The video finds ScooWop rapping live from the bando, before cruising through the streets of Atlanta in a foreign whip.
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