Ciara and Kim Kardashian’s respective better-halves sure know a thing or two about trophy wives. Ye and Nayvadius decide to share that knowledge, slowing it down on “I Won,” the latest single from Future’s forthcoming Honest LP. Read More
Future is the latest rapper to take on the mighty Nardwuar. Future speaks on his love for cheesecake, Popeye, black eyed peas and more.
Future stops by the Hot 97 studios for a sit-down with Angie Martinez. He speaks on his “Move That Dope” single, his child on the way, and his upcoming “I Won” collaboration with Kanye.
Future releases a studio version of the Detail-produced “Good Morning,” which he debuted at SXSW last week. This track did not make the cut for his upcoming Honest album, which makes us wonder whether this was the original version of what turned out to be “Drunk In Love.” Read More
Future unveils the visual treatment for his latest single, “Covered N Money,” produced by Sonny Digital. Honest is set to drop April 22.
Future brings back the triple-time flow for the Sonny Digital-produced “Covered N Money,” which will serve as the latest single from his sophomore LP, Honest. We all should be so lucky to have Future’s problems. Read More
Future rolls out the official video for his “Move That Dope” collab with Pusha and Pharrell. Cameos include ScHoolboy Q, Tyler The Creator and Wiz Khalifa.
Future drops a clip for the Metro Boomin-produced “How It Was,” which is featured on DJ Esco’s No Sleep tape. Nayvadius even includes some album promo and a thank you to the fans around the 1:35 mark.
Future drops a clip for the Metro Boomin and DJ Spinz-produced “Maison Margiela.” Directed by Fresh Start Productions. Freeband Gang the new Roc-A-Fella.
Who knows sh!talk better than Sean Combs? The slick-talk prince and Q join General Future Patton for the third remix to his banger. This will appear on Mike WiLL’s upcoming #MikeWiLLBeenTriLL tape, dropping on the 23rd. Read More
Future’s not singing on this but it’s surprisingly good. Mostly all about bumping haters/traitors and being your confident self yada yada. It’s a look into his life as a touring musician most importantly, and why he doesn’t regret anything.