Future & DJ Esco "Juice" Video
Future & Dj Esco
DJ Esco's Project ET: Esco Terrestrial is like 56 Nights and No Sleep before it, is largely a collaboration with Future. "Juice" wasn't necessarily one of the more immediate songs of the bunch, but its been chosen to get the video treatment, likely due to the OJ Simpson concept its hook suggests. As a result, we see white Broncos, police chases, sideline cheering and even some clips from the trial itself.
Future "Wicked" Video
Though EVOL, released in early February, was his third No. 1 album in less than a year, it also marked the beginning of a relatively slow period for Future. Beginning in late 2014, he set out on one of the more enviable tears in modern rap history. In fact, upon the release of EVOL, it became clear that he had overfed the streets, as his record-breaking Purple Reign mixtape had dropped just a few weeks earlier.
Drake & Future "What A Time To Be Alive" (BTS Video)
Drake & Future
Freebandz released behind the scenes footage of Drake and Future in the studio late at night, cutting What a Time To Be Alive with their good friends DJ Esco and Metro Boomin. The vlog depicts Future and Drake conversing about the implications of their collaboration.
Dj Esco "Side Show" Vlog Ep. 1
DJ Esco now has his own web series called "Esco's Side Show." The first episode does not disappoint, as the coolest DJ in the world and house DJ at Magic City serves as a guide, taking the viewer to the Atlanta's Birthday Bash and the afterparty at the club. Cameos abound, with Nicki Minaj, Drake, Kanye West, Meek Mill, and more. We also get to see a bit of behind the scenes footage from the DS2 recording sessions. A blazed Esco outlines his plans for the Mixtape Awards as a foil to the Grammys. Actually a pretty good idea.
Watch The Full Magic City Documentary Featuring Future & DJ Esco
A few days back, we shared a video of Future explaining how Atlanta strip club Magic City is instrumental in determining the city's hottest records, which acted as a trailer for a documentary GQ was doing on the night club. Today, the full thing has arrived.
Future "Never Gon Lose" Video
The first words that Future says on "Never Gon Lose," the opening track of 56 Nights, are "This bitch from Australian and I'm an alien." What follows is a song that's equally as ridiculous, charismatic and entertaining. Today, the video arrives as part of Future's "Monster Mondays" campaign.
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.