One of my favorite track’s from Future’s sophomore effort, “Honest,” was his collab with Kanye about their trophy wives (Future is married to Ciara and if you don’t know who Kanye is married to then I just don’t know man); a lot of people found it to be fairly misogynistic and/or sexist (it’s been a long day and I can’t remember if those are actually the same thing) but it struck me as an awesome love ballad.
Different Sleep took the banger and made it into a soft, melodic track that is great for winding down at night. The piano he added to the hook reminds me of 90s pop music and it’s awesome.
Okay so like is this hat attached to Pharrell’s head or something? The video for Future‘s latest single “Move That Dope” is kinda weird, I’m just being honest. We have Pharrell’s weird hat, Casino’s verse got cut out (which I’m not totally complaining about), and Wiz Khalifa and Schoolboy Q are just kinda hanging around. Whatever, this song bangs. Check out the tracklist for Future Hendrix’s upcoming Honest LP, too, courtesy of 2DopeBoyz.
WOOOOOO this damn track. Future Our Lord And Savior released his latest single featuring rap’s resident dope dealer Pusha T, our favorite hat-wearing producer Pharrell, and some dude named Casino. The heavy Mike WILL Made It beat will cause you to jump around and break windows and punch holes in things and Future’s hook will also induce violent things. I was planning on giving this track the fantastic write-up it deserves but I’m really tired and have Finance to do. Check my Twitter in the near future (get it??? “Future?????”) for some finance jokes as the follow-up to my accounting jokes from the fall.
Also, if anyone has a version without Casino’s verse, I’d like that. A lot. Thanks.
Pusha took the the net today to drop the first single from his, apparently, unnamed Def Jam debut. “Pain” features a classic Future hook, crooning all over the auto-tune, and Pusha Ton namedropped my Sixburgh Steelers. Of course, he’s helped on the 1′s and 2′s by Kanye and No I.D., so that couldn’t hurt anything. What do you guys think of the track? Too street? Think it might catch on?