New Music: Future – “Last Breath”

 |  November 11, 2015

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A new Future song has been shared, and it’s set to appear on the forthcoming Creed film. The song, which is played during the trailer (watch it here), finds Future going full Rocky Balboa — except he’s not running up no damn steps, he’s doing push-ups on a stack of money. It’s an incredible bit of exhilarating rap music, backed by a sample of Bill Conti’s classic Rocky theme song “Gonna Fly Now”. In addition, “Last Breath” is produced by frequent collaborator Metro Boomin, and Ludwig Goransson. Check out Future’s epic “Last Breath” from the Creed soundtrack after the jump.

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By now you’ve probably outgrown Drake and Future’s “Jumpman”, but with the newly attached “official single” tag to it you probably won’t escape the track any time soon. Sorry. However, young emcee Bishop Nehru is throwing his name in the hat of rappers going over the monster single handled by wunderkind producer, Metro Boomin. Check out Bishop’s take on Drake and Future’s “Jumpman” after the jump.

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New Music: Rick Ross – “Jumpman”

 |  October 30, 2015


It was a matter of time until Rick Ross jumped on that Drake and Future “Jumpman” joint, so here it is. The track, which is currently No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, has been making steady moves across the hip-hop community, as well as remixed and freestyled over quite a bit — especially within the last two weeks. And naturally we’re getting a Rozay treatment of the buzzing single from What a Time to Be Alive. After rocking with Post Malone’s “White Iverson”, Future’s “Stick Talk”, and even Adele’s “Hello”, it’s evident that Rick Ross has his ears to good tunes. Listen to Rozay’s latest take — “Jumpman” — after the jump.

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The reclusive Jeremih has come out of the shadows today, revealing not one, but two new tracks. It must be a beautiful day wherever Jeremih is today. To be treated to a pair of Jeremih songs in a single day seems improbable, and not at all hyperbolic — this is the guy who hasn’t released a full length project since 2012 with his excellent Late Nights With Jeremih mixtape. Add in one cup of hit single (2014’s “Don’t Tell Em”) and a dash of album anticipation (Late Nights, his first since 2010) and Jeremih has quickly generated a lot of hype. Here he’s got Future and Big Sean to help give “Royalty” that extra oomph. It’s a solid track, and along with “Oui” we’re also hyped for the new Jeremih album here at iHipHop. Although it’ll be some time until there’s new info for Late Nights, we have “Royalty” to hold us over — after the jump!

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After sharing his take on Post Malone’s ”White Iverson” yesterday, Rick Ross returns with something a little bit more ”form fitting”, so to speak. Future, whose Monster mixtape turns one today (read a retrospective on it here), dropped his excellent DS2 album over the summer, which has apparently prompted Rozay to jump on one of its standout tracks, ”Stick Talk”. The track finds Rozay comfortably seated in the cockpit, and spitting bars over the high-energy Southside production. Additionally, Ross will be dropping his own album, Black Market, shortly. In the meantime, give his take on Future’s ”Stick Talk” after the jump.

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Ty Dolla $ign’s single “Blasé” now has a video. The song, which features Future and Rae Sremmurd, has been out for quite some time. But now it’s gotten a VHS-quality visual treatment. It’s blurry and grainy and totally cool, just like how it was in the 90s! The clip, which was reportedly shot on tour, features cameos from Tinashe and Dej Loaf. (Sadly, Future Hendrix does not appear in the clip.) Check out the video for “Blasé” after the jump.

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Lil Donald, the rapper responsible for “Juice,” is back with a mixtape. It’s called Freeband Loyal and it’s out on Future’s FBG imprint. This is a song off the album, it features Future and Yung Booke. Future lays down a sweet hook and there are some decent verses. Enjoy after the jump.

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The Future stimulus is real. Uncle Murda is teaming up with Fewtch for “Right Now” which is also produced by Metro Boomin — one of rap’s biggest and (pun intended) booming producers in the game. If the name “Uncle Murda” doesn’t scream “Listen to this track” then Fewtch’s appearance here will. Listen to “Right Now” after the jump.

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It’s literally days before Rodeo. Travi$ Scott’s long-awaited debut album, Rodeo, will be out September 4th. And now he’s sharing the official tracklist for the album, and it features Kanye West, 2 Chainz, Future, and more. That’s the art above. Check out the tracklist for Rodeo after the jump.

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The day is here — Future’s highly-anticipated album Dirty Sprite 2 has arrived. DS2 is the followup to 2013’s uneven Honest and 2012’s debut, Pluto. Here Future delivers eighteen total tracks of pure, grade-A Southern rap. This thing goes hard for all eighteen tracks and there are even some moments of sheer beauty hidden beneath all the ugliness. Standouts include “I Serve the Base,” “Where Ya At” (featuring Drake, the only featured artist,) “Slave Master” (there’s a gorgeous A$AP Yams tribute at the end,) “Blood on the Money,” and “The Percocet & Stripper Joint,” and the heart-rendering “Know the Meaning.” DS2 is currently available for streaming and download via iTunes. Get the stream after the jump!

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In case you haven’t heard, Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the notorious Mexican drug lord better known as “El Chapo,” has escaped from prison this week. So I suppose it’s only natural that Lil Mexico (a neighborhood in Atlanta’s infamous Zone 6 area) rappers Future, Young Scooter and Casino link up to pay tribute to the crime boss. The aforementioned rappers have owed a great deal of their careers to drugs and drug dealing as that’s 80% of what they rap about, so it’s kinda cool that they keep things, well, current. Check out “El Chapo” after the jump and peep Casino’s latest mixtape Ex Drug Dealer 2, out now.

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