Future releases the video for yet another certified banger “Move That Dope” and joining him is your Neighborhood Pusha and Skateboard P. While all these bangers Future Hendrix has been dropping lately are great we are ready for his sophomore album Honest to release already.
Future drops off a short trailer for the upcoming music video for his latest Mike WiLL Made It produced single “Move That Dope” that also features Pharrell, Pusha T and Casino. Watch the clip below and keep on the lookout for the official video to be dropping soon.
While out in London, Future caught up with Tim Westwood in the studio where he played a new instrumental he had and decided to spit a few bars over it.
Take a look below.
Stream after the jump.
Boston George lets go of new track titled “Rich Off Lean” that features Future and help from Boosie on the hook. This is just the beginning of seeing Boosie on tracks again seeing as how he is now expected to be released in March which gives us some extra time to start preparing. This track will be on Boston George’s upcoming Trappin In Traffic mixtape.
Future drops his newest single “Move That Dope” that includes verses from Pharrell (who is rapping), Pusha T and Casino. The single is off Future’s highly anticipated upcoming sophomore album Honest.
Stream the single after the jump.
Future will be dropping his latest single this coming Friday in support of his sophomore album Honest. The single, “Move That Dope”, which features Pharrell, Pusha T and Casino will include the above artwork and may be a part of Future’s plan to also reveal the cover and release date for the upcoming album as he promised to do so this week. Check back here on Friday to hear the single.
DJ Esco – No Sleep (Hosted By Future) Courtesy of Luke McCormick
While the rap masses sit away pining for Future’s next long player Honest the Atlanta auto-crooner has linked with DJ Esco for a collaborative mixtape. It’s a fat slab of 23 bangers featuring mostly southern rap up and comers with a few surprises along the way. The “No Sleep” comes from a skit early on in the tape where Esco links with an old associate holding some kind of new drug where one drop in each eye will keep the man awake for a very, very long time. Whatever these dudes get to drip-droppin’ seems to have worked ten-fold because basically everyone goes in hard when it’s their time to shine.
Future is the host of the tape and gets the most room to work with and the man sounds invigorated. The self-proclaimed astronaut’s about to be a father but he’s still slanging in his rhymes and dominating most all the hooks throughout the tape. Even Young Scooter raises his voice above his usual slowed down waltz through the trap when he steps up. Excitingly, Diplomat Jim Jones sounds frightening on “That’s The Way The Game Goes” barking through his bars. As he spits out Read more…
Future decides to hop on Queen B’s single “Drunk In Love” and give it his own flavor. Take a listen after the jump.
New track from Future and Scooter off Swamp Izzo’s brand new mixtape VVS 3. Take a listen to “We Run The Streets” after the jump and check out the rest of the tape over at LiveMixtapes.