Future is looking to reveal the artwork and release date for his long-awaited sophomore album Honest, but he's decided to grace us with a new crew track first.
Recruiting the likes of Pusha T, Pharrell, and Freebandz rapper Casino, Future Hendrix gets an A-class instrumental from Mike WiLL, which is built off of a twisty bassline, making for an equally catchy and street-ready backdrop.
No word on whether this will actually land on Future's album, or its just part of the rollout.
"Young enough to still sell dope/ But old enough that I knows better/ When they sayin' it's 42 for that white powder I knows better/ Get it nigga? I NOSE better/ Put a smile on the devil's face/ Who don't wanna sell dope forever and flood they Rollie 'til the bezel break?" - King Push