Watch Future's Beats By Dre Super Bowl Commercial With Cameron Newton
Future had Twitter in a Frenzy when he dropped his new project, EVOL, Saturday night, and now he's debuted another surprise for fans -- a Super Bowl commercial featuring some music from his new effort. On top of supplying the jams, Fewtch does the voice over for the new Beats By Dre ad, which features Carolina Panthers Quartberback Cameron Newton, getting pumped for the game with some fresh earbuds.
A$AP Ferg Feat. Future "New Level" Video
A$AP Ferg Feat. Future
After a successful night of debauchery celebrating the life and times of A$AP Mob's Yams, A$AP Ferg decides to release the official visual for his Future-featured banger "New Level." The music video for the song is as fast-paced as the record itself, flashing between imagery of sport icons, all of whom have reached new heights in their career (Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gorden, Olympic fencer Daryl Homer, and BMX biker Nigel Sylvester). Ferg and Future are there too, of course, joined by Yeezy model Amina Blue.
Future Talks Childhood Dreams, Fame, & The Key To Happiness
French media outfit Clique produced GOAT interviews with Young Thug & Travis Scott in 2015. Clique kicks off 2016 with a must-watch interview with Future Hendrix.
DJ Khaled & Future Perform On Jimmy Kimmel
DJ Khaled & Future
Last night, DJ Khaled was the musical guest on Jimmy Kimmel, and he brought Future along for a mash-up of his hits. Although Khaled's last album, I Changed A Lot, was pretty lacklustre, the Miami native has found new avenues for success: Snapchat.
Watch Future's 2015 Retrospective "Moments [Part 2]"
Future’s Freeband Gang YouTube channel has shared a retrospective look at his breakout year. It’s the second in the series, but it looks like the first has been removed so we’ll have to make do with just this one.
Word On The Street: New Yorkers Decide On The Best In Hip-Hop 2015
To cap off #HotNew15, we went back out into the NYC streets to ask the people to share their favorite projects and events of 2015, which, most everyone agrees, was a crazy year in hip-hop.
Robitussin Ad Takes Cue From Future's "Dirty Sprite 2"
Future famously grabbed the cover art for his Dirty Sprite 2 off Shutterstock, a move that was duplicated for the What A Time to be Alive cover art too.
Pusha T On The Breakfast Club
On the morning after letting loose his new album, Darkest Before Dawn, Pusha T stopped by The Breakfast Club to chop it up with DJ Envy and Angela Yee -- Charlamagne Tha God was absent today. In the new interview, Push discussed his new project as well as how he's fared thus far as the President of GOOD Music, a position given to him by Kanye West.
Future "Moments" Video
As we discussed in depth, 2015 has been a career year for Future. He may be codeine crazy, but he is on top of his game and on top of the rap game. With nothing left to prove (until 2016), he shares a new video called "Moments," which features a parred down, acoustic version of Beast Mode track "No Basic."
K Camp "Where Ya At (Freestyle)" Video
K Camp has kept up a prolific output of original material since breaking through with a couple of smash singles in 2013, but he's also consistently dropped memorable freestyles throughout.
Future Breaks Down His Mixtapes
After gracing the cover of Mass Appeal earlier this week, Future decided to briefly speak with the publication about each one of his mixtapes. Breaking them down, Future Hendrix explains how his mindset and creative approach evolved over the course of his discography, from his debut effort 1000 to the mixtape that "never happened."
Future "Rich $ex" Video Starring Blac Chyna
Now we finally know what all the fuss was about with those Future and Blac Chyna dating rumors. Future denied them off the bat, but it still served up a sizeable amount of publicity-- likely a stunt given Chyna's appearance in Future's "Rich $ex" music video. Fewtch and Tyga's baby mama get up close and personal in the lavish video, which was shot by Eif Rivera at a beautiful Miami condo. And when I say up close and personal, I mean:
Future Performs "Blow A Bag" & "Where Ya At" On Jimmy Kimmel Live
2015 MVP candidate Future performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, rocking the crowd with a pair of DS2 hits in “Blow a Bag” and “Where Ya At.” He was backed by a full live band, complete with guitar, drums, & keys, an interesting decision that yielded mixed results. The problem wasn't the band so much as the lack of DJ Esco.
Future "Colossal" Video
Future's output has been incredible in the last year or so, and he is showing no sign of slowing down... according to Southside of 808 Mafia, Nayvadius is currently sitting on nine completed/unreleased projects.
Word On The Street: Future & Metro Boomin Vs. Young Thug Twitter Beef
Future & Young Thug
When Metro Boomin went on an extended Twitter rant discouraging rappers from attempting to keep up with Future, he probably did not see what was coming next.
Future "Stick Talk" Video
DS2 is still banging, and now we've got the video to one of the album's most savage cuts, "Stick Talk." It's the song on which Hendrix promised to "tell a lie under oath" and "stick a thumb in her butt." Burr.
Uncle Murda Feat. Future "Right Now" Video
Uncle Murda Feat. Future
Uncle Murda had a recipe for success with his recent single "Right Now"-- Metro Boomin' on the boards, and a hook from the syruped-up Future. Our audience and editors deemed the record VERY HOTTTTT, but we'll have to see if it actually takes off.
Future "Rotation" (Trailer)
It looks like Future is getting ready to share another visual in support of his latest solo album Dirty Sprite 2. Last month, he dropped off the official video for “The Percocet & Stripper Joint,” and now today he’s back with a new trailer for his upcoming video “Rotation.”
Word On The Street: Atlanta Picks BET Hip-Hop Award Winners
The BET Hip-Hop Awards are airing tonight, but HNHH was in town for the event filmed in Atlanta last weekend, and we asked the attendees of the A3C festival who they thought should take some of the big awards. We went through Lyricist Of The Year, DJ Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Song Of The Year, and more.
DJ Khaled Feat. Trey Songz, Future, Jeremih "You Mine" Video
DJ Khaled Feat. Trey Songz, Future & Jeremih
After dropping "You Mine" feat. Trey Songz, Future, & Jeremih this morning, DJ Khaled gives the song the visual treatment. In classic Khaled form, the video takes place on a large yacht stocked like a trout pond with well-endowed women. Trigga Trey gets oiled up by some bodacious females while DJ Khaled smokes a Cuban cigar and stares menacingly into the camera. Hard to tell how serious he is. Future then shows up at the end to shut it all down, the yacht party, the song, everything. Nayvadius 4 prez! I Changed a Lot out October 23rd.