Archive | September, 2015

Future & Drake’s “What A Time To Be Alive” Debuts At No. 1, First Week Sales

Future and Drake’s collaboration mixtape, What A Time To Be Alive, has debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s 200 chart. According to Nielsen Music, the project sold 334,000 units and that number rises up to 375,000 when you count streaming. What A Time To Be Alive was released on September 20th via iTunes through A-1, […]

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French Montana Previews A Harry Fraud-Produced Collaboration He Has With Future

French Montana has teased an upcoming collaboration he has with Future on his Instagram page. There is not many more details about the song except that it was produced by Harry Fraud. Listen to a sneak peek of the track below! Does it sound dope to you? A video posted by French Montana (@frenchmontana) on […]

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Future Performs Live At Ryerson University In Toronto, Canada & Brings Out Drake

On September 11th, Future had a concert at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Astronaut Kid also brought Drake out during the show while he was in his hometown. Check out a recap of them performing “Move That Dope“, “Bitches Love Me“, “Real Sisters“, “Trap Niggas“, “Stick Talk“, “Where Ya At“, “Know Yourself“, “Back […]

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Footage From Inside Future & Drake’s “What A Time To Be Alive” Studio Session In Atlanta

Here is a behind the scenes look at Future and Drake’s studio session in Atlanta, Georgia for their What A Time To Be Alive joint mixtape. In the Rick Nyce-shot clip, Super Future and Drizzy can be seen recording and chatting about their collaboration project with Metro Boomin, DJ Esco, and Future The Prince. Check […]

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Future Covers XXL Magazine’s Fall 2015 Issue, Excerpts From Their Interview

The Astronaut Kid is on the front cover of XXL magazine‘s Fall 2015 issue that will be hitting newsstands everywhere on September 28th. For the cover story, Future spoke on his Gucci flip-flops, co-parenting with Ciara, her boyfriend Russell Wilson being around their son, his relationships between Drake and Meek Mill, and not being shy […]

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Future Performs “March Madness” Live At VH1’s 2015 Streamy Awards

Future performed his “March Madness” single live during the 2015 Streamy Awards that took place at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, California. The Astronaut Kid was helped on stage by DJ Esco as he performed his 56 Nights mixtape cut live while footage from Ferguson, New York, and Baltimore showed up on the screen […]

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