Backed by slow-moving melodies, both rappers rap about their love lives as well as the heartbreak associated with them in the song.
Before starting out a new chapter in the new year, Future has opted to treat his fans a new song in 2018 for the last time. Hours before ringing in 2019, the Atlanta rapper teamed up with French Montana to release a song entitled “NASA”.
Backed by slow-moving melodies, both rappers rap about their love lives as well as the heartbreak associated with them in the song. “Heating up the pool and it’s winter time, love baby/ Really big big 10 carats no fugazi/ Sitting court-side, bet a 100 on LeBron, baby,” he raps, before French chimes in, “Hope when it hits the fan you gon’ lie for me/ Hope every time you see me win you gon’ smile for me.”
Fans are speculating that the song isn’t actually a new track. Some state that it’s from his “HNDRXX” era, while others think that the single is from Future and French’s scrapped joint mixtape which was supposed to be released a few years ago. Back in 2012, the former revealed that he and French had been making a lot of records that they might end up just giving away to fans for free.
Future has been more lowkey than usual in 2018, not releasing any full-length album. Despite that, he still treated fans with a mixtape called “Beast Mode 2” as well as a collaborative project with Juice WRLD entitled “WRLD on Drugs”. The latter effort debuted at No. 2 on Billboard 200 with 98,000 units, serving as Future’s tenth top ten album on the chart. Its lead single, “Fine China”, peaked at No. 26 on Billboard’s Hot 100.
In addition to his own releases, Future collaborated with a handful of musicians, including Young Thug on “Whole Lotta Racks”, Moneybagg Yo on “Okay” and Big Sean on “Know About Me”.
Frank Castle Isn’t Giving Up on His Vigilante Role in First ‘The Punisher’ Season 2 Teaser
Content curated from: Source link