Okay, we see why Future left this off the album stream. Not really. This joint GOES. Future Hendrix grabs Andre 3000 for this feature on Future’s sophomore album, Honest. The name of the track is titled “3 Stacks actually goes in, and this has me wanting some more Andre features. Not a bad job from Future Vandross either. Stream the bouncy Atlanta sounding record after the jump.
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UPDATE: We’ve updated with the official video for “I Won” featuring Kanye West.
Not my favorite record at the moment, but a new BEASTmix from the kid Hank McCoy makes it a little more tolerable. Consistency is key in this game and the Philly producer definitely has that down pack. When we gettin’ a brand new project tho man?!
Anything with Pharrell on it, we’ve got to post. Anyways, we’ve heard about this joint but didn’t know it would be released this soon. Today Future grabs Pharrell, Pusha T, & Casino for his latest release “Move That Dope” which is produced by Mike WiLL Made It. Future Hendrix sounds a lot like Juicy J on this to me. Very similar flow. Pharrell’s verse is flames, it definitely sounds like the old Skateboard P. His forthcoming album, Honest is set to be released soon.
Stream the single after the jump.
ATL has showed up and showed out on Future’s latest REMIX of “SH!T”. The original which features Drake and Juicy J became a bit controversial after it was insisted that Drake was taking shots at Kendrick Lamar. Producer Mike Will Made It and rapper Future have taken it step further with an all new ATL Remix!
This new remix gives the song a whole new sound and takes it to another level by looping in the “ATL Hoe!” chant from Atlanta rapper Pastor Troy’s ever-so-famous down south hit recorded with Baby D. So it was only right to add the DSGB pastor to this ATLANTA remix. Also added to the remix are Jeezy and T.I. who provide their own Georgia swag to this definite club banger.
Easily one of my favorite records that was released this year. Simply because the hype around and on the track. Future Hendrix has recruited Drake & Juicy J for the official remix to “Sh!t”. The song appears on DJ Esco latest mixtape, No Sleep. Tags for now, but this adds more hype to record.
Produced by Mike Will Made It!
UPDATE: Look ma, no tags.
As we approach Rick Ross forthcoming album, Mastermind. The MMG head honco releases the official first single “No Games” which features none other than Future. The track is produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League and Funk Flex gets the audio so beware of the bombs. Not feeling this one at all.
UPDATE: Now with CDQ which can be found after the jump.
After releasing a snippet of this record on his latest project. Big Krizzle releases the official/full CDQ version of his Future assisted “Just Last Week.” The catchy record is produced by Krit himself, and Future doesn’t disappoint too bad on this record. Not sure where this will land but i’m glad the full version is out.
With each release R. Kelly gives us, I feel like the time when he said his new album will be on some real r&b sh*t. He lied. Anyways, but with this one he teams up with Future on the record titled “Tear It Up”. Future shouldn’t have been on this but his forthcoming album, Black Panties is set to be released in December.
Listen to the radio rip below.