Future Videos

  • Future "Blood On The Money" Video
    Future "Blood On The Money" Video
    Future Hendrix has been sure to follow up Dirty Sprite 2 with several visuals from the project, including "Where Ya At," "Kno the Meaning," & the quickly rescinded "I Serve the Base." This time "Blood on the Money" gets the visual treatment and it might be the best one yet.
  • Future Feat. Drake "Where Ya At" Video
    Future Feat. Drake "Where Ya At" Video
    Keeping his word, Future finally releases the official video for his Drake-assisted single “Where Ya At,” off his Dirty Sprite 2 album.
  • Mike Will Made It Feat. Swae Lee, Future "Drinks On Us" Video
    Mike Will Made It Feat. Swae Lee, Future "Drinks On Us" Video
    Keeping his word, Mike Will Made It comes through tonight and shares the official video for his Ransom cut “Drinks On Us,” featuring Swae Lee and Future. Taking over the strip club, watch as Mike Will, Swae Lee & Future turn up alongside some of their celebrity friends while topless woman work the pole and money falls from the air. Look for cameos from Miley Cyrus, Wale, Juicy J, and French Montana among others.
  • Future Feat. Drake "Where Ya At" BTS Video
    Future Feat. Drake "Where Ya At" BTS Video
    Future is gearing up to drop a music video for his collaboration with Drake, "Where Ya At," off the highly-praised surprise album Dirty Sprite 2. Before we get the official visuals though, we're treated with the behind-the-scenes. 
  • Zona Man Feat. Future, Lil Durk "Mean To Me" Video
    Zona Man Feat. Future, Lil Durk "Mean To Me" Video
    After giving us a behind the scenes look last week, Chicago’s Zona Man decides to finally release the official video to his breakout single “Mean To Me,” featuring Future & Lil Durk.
  • Future Provides Track-By-Track Commentary On "DS2" (Part 5)
    Future Provides Track-By-Track Commentary On "DS2" (Part 5)
    We've made it into the bonus tracks section of Future's track-by-track breakdown, so now we're getting some commentary on tracks from his self-described "3peat" -- Monster, Beast Mode, and 56 Nights. The rapper revealed that the Zaytoven-produced "Real Sisters" is the only record where the vocals were not rearranged, rather appearing in the order he originally recorded them. "Fuck Up Some Commas," however, was given quite a tweaking, and was the final version recorded for Monster.
  • Future Feat. Drake "Where Ya At?" (Teaser)
    Future Feat. Drake "Where Ya At?" (Teaser)
    While out in Toronto this past week for #OVOFest, Future decided to link up with Drake to shoot the video for their latest collab “Where Ya At?” off his first ever number one album Dirty Sprite 2 which dropped earlier this Summer.
  • Future "I Serve The Base" Video
    Future "I Serve The Base" Video
    Future is picking only the finest DS2 cuts for his new videos. After sharing the video for "Kno the Meaning" last week, today he drops a video for "I Serve the Base," arguably the foremost banger on the entire album.
  • Future Provides Track-By-Track Commentary On "DS2" (Part 2)
    Future Provides Track-By-Track Commentary On "DS2" (Part 2)
    Future already broke down the first three tracks from his new studio album, DS2, and now he's gone ahead and shared the details for his tracks, "Groupies," "Lil One," "Stick Talk," and "Freak Hoe". As he revealed in the first part of the series, Future once again spoke of how his original vocal takes were rearranged in the editing process, an "unconventional" process he says was used throughout the album.
  • Future Provides Track-By-Track Commentary On "DS2" (Part 1)
    Future Provides Track-By-Track Commentary On "DS2" (Part 1)
    Future's DS2 is still playing just about everywhere, and as inescapable as the music itself has been, we haven't heard all too much about how it was made. Thankfully, Future Hendrix has now provided some audio commentary for the project through VEVO. The first part of the feature only covers the first three tracks, but we're already learning a lot.
  • Future "Kno The Meaning" Video
    Future "Kno The Meaning" Video
    Dirty Sprite 2 was replete with bangers but one of its strongest track was the somber "Kno The Meaning," the album's penultimate track and the prelude to "Fuck Up Some Commas." "Kno The Meaning" is his reflection on that fateful night in Dubai that led to the incarceration of DJ Esco, to the the loss of years worth of material that lived on his hard drive, and eventually to the
  • Zona Man Feat. Future, Lil Durk "Mean To Me" BTS Video
    Zona Man Feat. Future, Lil Durk "Mean To Me" BTS Video
    After catching our attention with his Future and Lil Durk-featuring track "Mean To Me" a few weeks back, Chicago's Zona Man dropped off his No Advance tape today, giving us a much more in-depth look into his life. In addition to the dope new project, he's premiering a behind the scenes look at the "Mean To Me" video with us today. 
  • Trae Tha Truth Feat. Future, Boosie Badazz "Tricken Every Car I Get" Video
    Trae Tha Truth Feat. Future, Boosie Badazz "Tricken Every Car I Get" Video
    Trae tha Truth is in a good place right now. Two days he celebrated the 8th annual 'Trae Day' in Houston, and yesterday he dropped his new album Tha Truth. Today he shares the video for "Tricken Every Car I Get" feat. Future & Boosie Badazz.
  • Future Explains To Funkmaster Flex How He Escaped The Trap
    Future Explains To Funkmaster Flex How He Escaped The Trap
    Future came out to NYC yesterday to perform at The Highline Ballroom as a part of his 4-stop "Salute The Fans" DS2 Tour. He found time to stop by the Hot 97 offices for an appearance on The Funkmaster Flex Show.
  • Vic Mensa Covers Future's "Codeine Crazy" At Pitchfork Music Festival
    Vic Mensa Covers Future's "Codeine Crazy" At Pitchfork Music Festival
    Pitchfork Music Festival is happening this weekend, and being based in Chicago, it's hosted a good number of local rap acts. Chance will be closing the 3-day fest tonight, but there were also appearances from bop sensations Sicko Mobb during Future Brown's performance, as well as a full set from Vic Mensa.
  • Future "Like I Never Left" Documentary Part 5
    Future "Like I Never Left" Documentary Part 5
    Future's documentary "Like I Never Left" isn't done just yet. We've been getting a new instalment every day this week, and on the day his new album Dirty Sprite 2 hits shelves, we get the fifth part.
  • Future "Like I Never Left" Documentary Part 4
    Future "Like I Never Left" Documentary Part 4
    Part four of Future's "Like I Never Left" documentary arrived this morning, along with his Drake collaboration off Dirty Sprite 2 "Where Ya At" as well as his interview with The Breakfast Club. Dirty Sprite 2 hits iTunes at Midnight, so they're giving it one final (big) push today.
  • Future On The Breakfast Club
    Future On The Breakfast Club
    Future paid a visit to The Breakfast Club, one of his first visits at that, to promote Dirty Sprite 2 which hits iTunes at Midnight tonight. The Breakfast Club apparently thought that Future would never come visit because of words Charlamagne Tha God said, but Future assured them that wasn't the case.
  • Future "Like I Never Left" Documentary Part 3
    Future "Like I Never Left" Documentary Part 3
    Future unveiled the tracklist for his anticipated new album, Dirty Sprite 2, last night.
  • Future's "Like I Never Left" Documentary Part 2
    Future's "Like I Never Left" Documentary Part 2
    Yesterday Future debuted part one of a new documentary, "Like I Never Left," which follows the rapper as he preps his new project, Dirty Sprite 2 (due out this coming Friday). The first part from yesterday found Future discussing his failed relationship with Ciara on both a personal and working level, as well as his debut album Honest.
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