Today, FUTURE released the visuals for his latest hit, "Mask Off" featuring Amber Rose as the leading lady. TheFader writes, "After teasing the video earlier this week, Future has dropped the official "Mask Off" visual. In the big budget video, which you can see above, Future drives past as an armed robbery spills out onto the street. The dark and murky scene is filled with flaming trash cans, a snake, multiple flute players, and Amber Rose in the passenger seat. Later on we see the armed robbers clashing violently with police. The Colin Tilley-directed video comes after "Mask Off" went platinum and became Future's highest charting single to date."
Last night, Gucci Mane and Future dropped a new mixtape "Free Bricks: Zone 6 Edition", the sequel to their 2011 mixtape.
"Future gets extra dirty for this week’s edition of #DirtyThursday. In the video for “Dirty $ex” off DS2, the FreeBand Gang leader engages in an intimate relationship with Blac Chyna. While he may have denied that they’re dating, the video proves that they definitely have chemistry. The on-screen couple doesn’t shy away from PDA during the four-minute makeout session. They kiss, hold hands, and roll in the sheets at Future’s Miami crib." - Rap-Up
I've been bumping G-EAZY for a while and I am beyond impressed. Why isn't this guy on the radio? His music is real & dope as f*ck. He dropped "I Mean It" about a year ago, and this sh*t is STILL fire! The beat is wicked. Abby Vo produced it. And the video got over 30 million views on YouTube. Well deserved.
I haven't listened to the Pusha T's entire "My Name Is My Name" album yet, but I heard that he has a lot of features on his new joint. Not that Pusha T needs a slew of rappers featured on his new album, because lyrically he can stand on his own. I'm rambling on this blog post because it's late at night and I'm tired as hell from working long ass days. So let me just get into the video for his new hit, "Pain" featuring 'vocals' from rapper Future. Check it out...