This appears on DJ Drama’s new album Third Power, but now, Jizzle decides to add a verse for the unofficial remix.
[vodpod id=Video.15640459&w=540&h=350&fv=config%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fmediacast.realgravity.com%2Fcached%2Fapi%2Fstaticplayerxml%2F36322430-49d4-012e-59ac-12313d1434a9%2Fa17a300a520e3a8c880a8154307f994f00fa%3Fembedded%3Dtrue] Better pass the A1 sauce, Drizzy. Earlier today, Future sat down with The Source and said he was disappointed that Drake didn’t appear in his “Tony Montana” video. Although the clip was executed well, he says Drake flaked when it was call time.
Shot by Terrero Films in the barrios of the Dominican Republic, Future’s video finally surfaces. Although he’s one of the weakest rappers around, this video es muy bueno. Pluto coming soon. Sidebar: Future On The Check In
[vodpod id=Video.15608097&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Future was the special guest last night on Hip Hop Nation with DJ Envy. After his interview, he performed his current hit, “Tony Montana”. Say hello to the bad guy… and rapper.
One of Future’s more popular tracks has just received the remix treatment courtesy of Power 105.1′s DJ Self. The song now features new verses from Meek Mill, Capo, and Dipset affliate Chubby Baby. Word.
No Drizzy yet, but last week Future hit the slums of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic to shoot the video for their track. Until we get the final product, here’s footage from the set.
Future stopped by Invasion Radio this past week and after explaining the inspiration behind his hit, “Tony Montana,” DJ Green Lantern convinced him to do a freestyle. Too bad he was reluctant to tell him it sucked.