Future is on a roll, if you haven’t already taken notice. As of late, however, he’s been throwing away some visuals and here he’s dropping off another one. “Wesley Presley” appeared on Future’s excellent 2014 mixtape, Monster, and frankly I’m fiending for some new Fwetch stuff soon! In the meantime these visuals for “Wesley Presley” are A-ok with me.
Calling Fire Marshall Future. During Future’s new visuals for his Monster cut “F**k Up Some Commas” there are multiple fires started but Future is virtually unfazed by this. Fitting given his recent mixtape run (the aforementioned Monster, Beast Mode and the most recent 56 Nights with DJ Esco) is nothing but straight up heat. In the visuals here Future is almost literally “torching” everything in sight. This sentiment may also allude to his unstoppable nature as of late, as everything he touches turns into flames. Anyway, enough with the pyromaniac nonsense. Peep Future’s latest video for “F**k Up Some Commas” after the jump.
It’s March so that could only mean one thing: NCAA college basketball tournament. And Future has a track lined up just in time for the season, as part of his recently resurrected Monster Mondays series. “March Madness” arrives off the heels of Future’s collaboration with Waka Flocka Flame on “Rotation.” Check out “March Madness” after the jump.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything new from the “Alphabetical Slaughter” rapper Papoose. And with Meek Mill’s “Monster” single gaining a lot of traction Pap had decided to jump on the track to spit a freestyle. Listen to Papoose’s take on Meek’s “Monster” after the jump.
The ATL should be renamed Boomtown because of what producer Metro Boomin has been doing to craft nouveau crunk, revamping gothic sounds with rolling merciless drums. Future even has to chirp up and rap to keep up with Metro’s muscle. Click for the track after the jump.
We just do our thing and the feds watch! “Monster” is the first track on Chief Keef’s Back From The Dead mixtape.
Renowned battle rapper, Iron Solomon held an album listening party for his full-length debut, “Monster,” at Fight Klub Studios on February 22, 2012. The event was hosted by Peter Rosenberg with music by DJ Meka of 2DopeBoyz. Click through to see photos from the event. Photos by Bernard Smalls.