Future- Covered N Money
Future's Honest is taking a shape we never could've predicted. While all signs pointed to the album going further into the robotic crooning territory that we saw on some of Pluto's biggest singles, Fewtch's duet with Miley Cyrus, "Real & True" found the smoothing over the edges that defined his previous vocal work.
Weirdly, it flopped, and the song where he yelled "Sh!t" repeatedly took off. Now it looks like one of Fewtch's most abrasive cuts will define the sound of his sophomore record, as "Covered N Money" occupies similar territory.
While not as minimally agressive as "Sh!t", the track is built of of a blurted rather than sung hook, yet it still retains some tone (partially due to a generous helping of auto-tune). It finds Future reuniting with Sonny Digital, who gave the rapper his first rap radio hit ("Racks"), as well as one of his biggest street anthems ("Same Damn Time"). "Covered" is somewhere between the two, and it'll take multiple listens to tell if it'll have the same lasting impression, but chances are, it just might.