Drake Ft Young Thug & Future – D4L Mp3 Download; Drake, Future, and Young Thug drop off a Dark Lane banger with the Southside produced “D4L.”
Drake reunites with Atlanta trap artists Future and Young Thug for a tribute to the Atlanta rap collective D4L, which consisted of members Fabo, Mook-B, Stoney, and Shawty Lo.
We just started fuckin’, she impatient Now she want a butt lift, now she want some LASIK Just to see the bag clearer, that way she can chase it I remember grade six, I was up in Payless tryna get some Asics Now I’m Nike’d down in a motherfuckin’ snake pit
Future teams uo with Canadian producer-par-excellence Nineteen85 to craft a gleaming endnote to an otherwise downtrodden WIZRD project. If the name Nineteen85 doesn’t conjure anything in your mind, rest assured this isn’t your introduction to his work; Nineteen is the mastermind behind chart-topping hits such as Drake’s “Hotline Bling,” “One Dance” and even Nicki Minaj’s “Truffle Butter,” just to name a few.
For his part, Future refuses to alter his lyrical tone in response to Nineteen85’s radiant work. Such a change would be befitting, and unrealistic. Instead, he mops up the tide in the resignation of his permafried paranoia. As his curatorial work on Super Fly would aptly suggest, Future is a noted hip-hop historian, whose roots hearken back to the Deep South. “Tricks on Me” is, after all, yet another meditation on disillusionment, but also, a nod to the Geto Boys’ classic, long-considered the benchmark for “Paranoid Fiction” in rap.
Rockstar in this shit, like a popstar in this shit, yeah
Tryna forget the way they did to Bankroll Fresh, gettin’ harder
Seen his son at my little boy birthday party, it was harder
The streets of the ATL don’t respect nothin’ but shottas
Had to look the other way.
Future is starting off 2019 with a bang. The ATLien has a penchant for starting off the year with new music, so we’ve been ready for his musical onslaught. He dropped off “Crushed Up” last week, and announced the arrival of his new album The WIZRD, which touches down on January 18. Now, Future is following that up with another single. “Jumpin On A Jet” comes along with a music video, just like his first single did. Future’s latest hit features production from Southside.
In the video for “Jumpin On A Jet,” which is directed by Colin Tilley, Future begins by hijacking a plane with a crew who throws its loot to the ground below. From there, things get wild with scenes of Future rapping from another planet, climbing a ladder to the heavens, and on the ground sauntering around a group of lovely female dancers. Peep the new single and let us know if you’re feeling Future’s latest effort.
Quotable Lyrics Throw the diamond in my cup Solitaires on my ankle, I’m way up See, you trolling, and that shit not weighing up Lambo truck, and I’m flexing, Prince’s cup On the G4, Fendi my clothes, top of the globe Put the carats in my nose Devil did fall, and I won’t sell my soul
Future teased fans by deleting all his Instagram posts. The social media clearing is a telltale sign that an artist is about to drop new music. Future fans began to speculate that a new album would be dropping that night, and the ATLien posted a countdown on his Instagram Story that further fueled the speculation. Fans noted that Beast Mode, Purple Reign, and F.B.G.: The Movie were all released near the start of new years. As soon as the countdown hit midnight, a new single titled “Crushed Up” by Future Hendrix appeared on all streaming services. A music video for the track also arrived.
“Crushed Up” is said to be the first single off Future’s seventh studio album, his first full-length album since 2017’s Hndrxx. The rapper teased the project via Instagram back in November, claiming it would be his “greatest album […] to date.”
Quotable Lyrics Bust down my Swiss watch, I’m throwed off
I just joined the big league, Lonzo
Tell me what that lick read, one call
Pink diamonds popping out, cotton ball
Bodies get to dropping nigga, bonjour