Posted by , Mar 6, 2016 at 10:34am
Future performed "Low Life" and "March Madness," as well as participating in the monologue.

Future was the musical guest on this week's episode of Saturday Night Live, and he surely did not disappoint with his appearance. The rapper performed his hits "Low Life" and "March Madness" with a full band, and in the former, with assistance from The Weeknd. The arrangement allowed the rapper to perform without a backing track, and as a result, his vocal performance was clearer and stronger than ever.

Outside of his musical contributions, Future also showed up during Jonah Hill's monologue, and before busting out a rendition of "Jumpman" with Hill in Drake's place, offered the comedian some sage advice -- "No, you can't sing any of the N-words... not even when you're alone." 

Hill proceeded to introduce the rapper while carrying a styrofoam cup (we get it, you know what lean is).

Check out all the Future moments below.

Future Raps "Jumpman" With Jonah Hill & Performs "March Madness" On SNL

Future performed "Low Life" and "March Madness," as well as participating in the monologue.


Future was the musical guest on this week's episode of Saturday Night Live, and he surely did not disappoint with his appearance. The rapper performed his hits "Low Life" and "March Madness" with a full band, and in the former, with assistance from The Weeknd. The arrangement allowed the rapper to perform without a backing track, and as a result, his vocal performance was clearer and stronger than ever.

Outside of his musical contributions, Future also showed up during Jonah Hill's monologue, and before busting out a rendition of "Jumpman" with Hill in Drake's place, offered the comedian some sage advice -- "No, you can't sing any of the N-words... not even when you're alone." 

Hill proceeded to introduce the rapper while carrying a styrofoam cup (we get it, you know what lean is).

Check out all the Future moments below.

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