Atlanta rapper Future is expanding his music pallet. The hip-hop star went online to preview a new soundtrack he had been helping out on.
Future Expands His Music Résumé To Video Games
Future Hendrix has been working on music for the Deathloop video game soundtrack, and previewed a remix of a song called “Dèja Vu” on his Twitter page. Deathloop is an upcoming Playstation 5 game that features all sorts of trippy action.
“Just finished a remix of a song called Dèja Vu on the upcoming #Ps5 game #DEATHLOOP releasing 9/14. But at what cost?! #Ad”
Drake, Future, Young Thug + Kawhi Leonard’s ‘Way 2 Sexy’ Video
Future has been working with all sorts of different dope collaborators, including OVO Sound boss Drake. The pair were having the time of their lives and showing it on the screen. The hip-hop superstar has come through with the immediate visual treatment to his “Way 2 Sexy” music video with help from Future, Young Thug and former Toronto Raptors champion Kawhi Leonard.
The 6 God hit the go button on the must-see video. It’s filled with ample cinematic odes with the rap stars and NBA heavyweight playing key roles in both dramatic, action-packed and hilarious moments.
Trae Young Begging For Mercy Over Drake + JAY-Z
Atlanta Hawks superstar Trae Young is getting people in their feelings. The NBA point guard and publicized friend of Migos’ Quavo has sparked some drama after giving Drake all of JAY-Z‘s flowers.
Young initially hit up his Twitter page to speak up on Drake. The comments came after Drizzy blessed the world with his new Certified Lover Boy album.
“Yo when we gonna say Drake has passed Hov ?🥴”
Almost immediately, Young had to respond to someone asking if his comments were fueled on trolling his arch rival New York Knicks’ hometown hero.
“I’m really not Hov always been #1 in my eyes, just saying.. y’all like debates”
The immediate backlash ultimately made Young have to come forward and acknowledge the drama.
“Everybody, Hov #1 to me.😂💯”
Lil Wayne Proves Drake Thinks He’s The G.O.A.T
Rap star Lil Wayne might want to weigh-in on the conversation as well since he’s worked with both hip-hop heavyweights. But in the meantime, he’s showing support for the 6 God’s new album.
Lil Tunechi went to his Instagram page with a snapshot of a Toronto billboard. The must-see pic from Drake’s hometown is a plug for the LP and references Wayne with the caption, “Hey Toronto. The Best Rapper Alive Signed Me In 2009 And Is On CLB.”
A few hours ago, Drake hit up his IG page to hype up the LP and confirm its rollout.
“CLB FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE EVERYWHERE @ 2AM EST”