Future Performs "Wicked" On Jimmy Fallon
Following up last month’s Saturday Night Live performance, Future continued his late night television run by making his way by Jimmy Fallon Thursday night and serving as the evening’s musical guest. Taking the stage backed by some male dancers, who were “hitting them folks,” Future went on to perform his Metro Boomin & Southside-produced Purple Reign cut “Wicked,” which is serving as his new single available on iTunes right now. Check out the performance above.
Lil Wayne Feat. Future, Yo Gotti "Cross Me" Video
Lil Wayne Feat. Future & Yo Gotti
Revisiting his No Ceilings 2 mixtape, Lil Wayne decides to come through today and share the official video for his Yo Gotti & Future-assisted record “Cross Me.”
Taylor Swift Raps Along To "Jumpman" In New Apple Commercial
Apple has tapped Taylor Swift to star in their new commercial promoting Apple Music, a choice candidate to bridge the gap between pop/country-loving fans and hip-hop-loving fans, as T-Swift chooses a rap song to get her hype for her cardio work out. Apparently, a little too hype. Taylor Swift finds a #gymflow playlist, and clicks on Drake & Future's stand-out WATTBA cut, "Jumpman." With the opening "If young Metro..." tag, Taylor quickly starts rapping along, hand movements and all, before getting so into it she loses her footing and falls off the treadmill.
Future Feat. The Weeknd "Low Life" Video
Future Feat. The Weeknd
Things got a little crazy today -- what with Young Thug's Slime Season 3 and Quentin Miller revealing a sensational tidbit to further continue the ghostwriting fiasco that dominated much of last year. As has often been the case when the news cycle is particularly chaotic -- knock, knock -- it's Future Hendrix, here to drop another bomb to start the weekend.
Future Previews New Music On Snapchat
You’ll never believe it, but Future is back in the studio cooking up some new material. Taking to his snapchat story on Monday night, the Freebandz Gang leader decided to briefly share some never-before-heard records he had just created while in the lab.
Here's A Video Of Future Listening To Desiigner's "Panda" In The Club
The conversation regarding Desiigner, and his proposed vocal similarities to Future is still raging on via Twitter, and now a new clip has been inserted into the discussion. The short video appears to show Future minding his own business at the club while "Panda" plays in the background, and really, that's about it -- but it hasn't stopped the memes from rolling in.
The Weeknd Joins Future On SNL For "Low Life"
Future & The Weeknd
Tonight was a huge moment in Future's career, as the Atlanta trapper made his debut on Saturday Night Live. He was announced by the host of tonight's episode, Jonah Hill, and immediately after the stage lights went on, he began his recent single, "Low Life," released in December and included on last month's EVOL album.
Future Says His Appearance on SNL Will Be “Sensational”
Future joined up with host Jonah Hill and "Saturday Night Live" cast member Leslie Jones for three hilarious takes of a promo for Saturday’s SNL airing. Jonah Hill pretends to be a rapper in one take and gets a bit of fashion advice from the Atlanta rapper in another. Future is best in the third though, when he uses his quote-turned-meme “sensational” to describe how the show will go this weekend. We can't help but believe him.
KYLE Trolls Fans With A Future Impostor At His Show
Having Future show up to your show unannounced is a pretty great honor, and one that California rapper KYLE seemed to earn on this weekend, but upon closer inspection, the cowboy-hat-donning, blond-dreaded dude who slid through the set was nothing but an impostor.In a move that would surely make MF DOOM proud, KYLE decided to troll the audience by getting his friend to dress up and hide behind some big sunglasses, dancing across the stage with pretty spot-on moves.
Outkast, Future, 2 Chainz & More Will Appear in Organized Noize Documentary
Organized Noize isn’t a household name anymore, but hopefully it will be after this upcoming documentary. As a refresher, Organized Noize is a hip-hop production trio consisting of Rico Wade, Ray Murray and Sleepy Brown. They’re a part of the larger music collective Dungeon Family, which includes members like Outkast, Killer Mike and Goodie Mob. Organized Noize produced a number of classic hits, including TLC’s “Waterfalls” and Outkast’s “So Fresh, So Clean.”
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.