Rick Ross’ Rich Forever has only been out for a little less than two weeks and he’s keeping the videos rolling through. Earlier today, he shot the video for his Future-collabo with Gucci on the set.
Before the San Francisco 49ers win over the New Orleans Saints this past weekend, Future performed his hit, “Tony Montana”. Because, you know, Joe sounds a lot like Tony. Pluto coming next month.
As we patiently await for Bobby Ray’s Strange Clouds album, how about a video for track numero 10 off his E.P.I.C. mixtape? It’s at a strip club! Yup, thought so.
Another day. Another video from La Flare. This time Gucci pulls out the Rolls Royce and cruises around town with Mr. Montana. Trap Back February 5. wshh
Radio sure has a way of turning shit into sugar. Day in and day out, Future’s cheesy hit stayed on the FM dial. If his faux accent didn’t kill you, his rhymes did: “I need a driver/ To drive me round, how I manuever/ Muthafuckin feel like I
Yeah it got the people going and even got a name drop from The Throne, but let’s face it: this song is just wack on wack on wack. The melody is infectious, but what thee fuck are these guys talkin’ about?! We dare you rap geniuses to transcribe these trivial lyrics. Ha! The groove got our feet moving but our ears are bleeding. Help! Money over mumble rap.
Future is ready to take us out of this world with his new mixtape with features from T.I., Gucci Mane, Young Jeezy and more. Tracklist and download link after the cut.
DJ Drama’s track with Future recently got the upgrade with Da Snowman and Sir Lucious. Yesterday, all parties got things going with the video and here’s our first look from J-Star.
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[vodpod id=Video.15887035&w=540&h=350&fv=] King Louie returned to Adrianna’s Ballroom in Chicago this past week and was joined by Future for a live performance of “Louie Montana”. Jeezy and Twista were in the building as well. That’s too cool. Dope & Shrimp coming soon. fsd