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.
Alright, y'all. The time has come. We're not gonna make too many audacious statements, but something about tonight feels rather historic. What a Time to Be Alive, as they say.
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.
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.
Even in more conservative American states, getting caught with marijuana for personal use usually only gets you a misdemeanor offense. In Dubai, it's a different story entirely.
After receiving DJ Esco and Future's No Sleep mixtape in mid-December, we now have an Esco-free version of the latter's "How Can I Not", which features a guest appearance from Young Scooter and production from Metro Boomin.
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