Future Feat. The Weeknd "Low Life" Video

Posted by , Mar 25, 2016 at 08:03pm

Future and The Weeknd share the video to their killer collab "Low Life."


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. Tonight, he has shared the video to "Low Life," his December collab with The Weeknd that ended up on last month's EVOL album. The video was just premiered on MTV. 

Set in a creepy abandoned house, one that's likely been the site of much trapping and other illicit activity, Future and The Weeknd both deliver an inspired rendition of the hit single that currently sits at No. 35 on Billboard's Hot 100. The song is so dark and depraved, it's a wonder how it's about the hottest thing on urban radio right now. That's the power of the "Low Life," of which both artists have been superstar champions for a couple of years now. 

Does the video live up to your expectations? Head here to purchase Future's EVOL

 

Future and The Weeknd share the video to their killer collab "Low Life."

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. Tonight, he has shared the video to "Low Life," his December collab with The Weeknd that ended up on last month's EVOL album. The video was just premiered on MTV. 

Set in a creepy abandoned house, one that's likely been the site of much trapping and other illicit activity, Future and The Weeknd both deliver an inspired rendition of the hit single that currently sits at No. 35 on Billboard's Hot 100. The song is so dark and depraved, it's a wonder how it's about the hottest thing on urban radio right now. That's the power of the "Low Life," of which both artists have been superstar champions for a couple of years now. 

Does the video live up to your expectations? Head here to purchase Future's EVOL

 

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