Archive | January, 2015

Young Scooter – Don’t Call My Phone (Featuring Future)

Young Scooter released his latest mixtape, Jug Season, online yesterday that is hosted by DJ Swamp Izzo and OG Double D. There is a song on the project, which was produced by Cheeze Beatz, called “Don’t Call My Phone” and featuring Scooter’s Freebandz boss Future. Listen to the track below. I wonder if Young Scooter […]

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Travi$ Scott – High Fashion (Featuring Future)

Travi$ Scott has released a new track called “High Fashion” that features a hook and verse from Future. There is no word just yet on which project this song will appear on, but it’s rumored to be a leftover from Scott’s upcoming debut studio album, Rodeo, dropping in March. Listen to the Metro Boomin, TM88, […]

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Future – My Savages [Music Video]

For his #MonsterMonday series, Future releases the official music video for his “My Savages” track. Cricket directed the visual, which was shot in Memphis, Tennessee. This Will-A-Fool-produced song can be found on the Astronaut Kid’s Monster mixtape, available to download online now!

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Future Will Be Partying At The Mansion Elan In Atlanta On January 24th

The Astronaut Kid will be hosting a mixtape party tomorrow evening (January 24th) at The Mansion Elan in Atlanta, Georgia. Everybody will be able to enter the nightclub for free until midnight and the first 100 people to arrive will get a free t-shirt from Future! Check out the flyer above.

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Future Talks To GQ About His Legacy, Jimi Hendrix, Preparation & More

Photo by Pari Dukovic GQ magazine recently called up the Astronaut Kid for a short interview over the phone for a piece to go in their latest issue. Future spoke on Jimi Hendrix, his legacy in Atlanta hip-hop, where he see’s himself 50 years from now, and how his preparation changed after success. Read the […]

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Future Pays Homage To Martin Luther King Jr. In Tribute Video

Future has released a video for Martin Luther King Jr. Day that pays homage to the man Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. himself while his “Blood, Sweat, Tears” song plays in the background. Check out the 1-minute tribute clip above!

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