Future Provides Track-By-Track Commentary On "DS2" (Part 5)

Posted by , Aug 7, 2015 at 05:26pm

Future shares thoughts on the creation of "Real Sisters" and "Kno The Meaning".


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.

According to Future, the beat sounded like such a smash that he was afraid of messing it up. Nevertheless, his freestyled approach landed him some gold after DJ Spinz and Southside played with his vocals a bit.

Future shares thoughts on the creation of "Real Sisters" and "Kno The Meaning".

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.

According to Future, the beat sounded like such a smash that he was afraid of messing it up. Nevertheless, his freestyled approach landed him some gold after DJ Spinz and Southside played with his vocals a bit.

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