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Watch Future Perform "Mask Off" & Other Hits At Ultra Music Festival

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DJ Snake brought the Atlanta rapper out during his headlining set.

DJ Snake's closing set at Miami's Ultra Music Festival featured a huge surprise guest. After giving the crowd a danceable selection of hits throughout his set, the Parisian producer brought out none other than Atlanta's biggest rapper of the moment, Future Hendrix

Future didn't waste any time breaking out his most recognizable records, kicking things off with "Commas," before treating the audience to "Mask Off," the flute-assisted, Metro Boomin-produced track that seems to be the universal favorite off his FUTURE and HNDRXX projects. Before leaving the stage, he did a solo rendition of the still-very-effective party-starter "Jumpman."

Future wasn't the only surprise appearance during the festival. Billboard points out that Chief Keef showed up unannounced on Saturday, running through Finally Rich hits like "Don't Like" and "Love Sosa" while surrounded by at least 20 people on stage.

Future will be hitting the road with Migos, Tory Lanez, and Kodak Black in May as part of the Nobody Safe tour. Check the full schedule here.

Watch Future Perform "Mask Off" & Other Hits At Ultra Music Festival

Trevor Smith
Mar 27, 2017 at 12:39pm
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DJ Snake brought the Atlanta rapper out during his headlining set.

DJ Snake's closing set at Miami's Ultra Music Festival featured a huge surprise guest. After giving the crowd a danceable selection of hits throughout his set, the Parisian producer brought out none other than Atlanta's biggest rapper of the moment, Future Hendrix

Future didn't waste any time breaking out his most recognizable records, kicking things off with "Commas," before treating the audience to "Mask Off," the flute-assisted, Metro Boomin-produced track that seems to be the universal favorite off his FUTURE and HNDRXX projects. Before leaving the stage, he did a solo rendition of the still-very-effective party-starter "Jumpman."

Future wasn't the only surprise appearance during the festival. Billboard points out that Chief Keef showed up unannounced on Saturday, running through Finally Rich hits like "Don't Like" and "Love Sosa" while surrounded by at least 20 people on stage.

Future will be hitting the road with Migos, Tory Lanez, and Kodak Black in May as part of the Nobody Safe tour. Check the full schedule here.

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