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Last year, Future performed at the fancy 2014 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the tail-end of his European tour, and brought along his affiliate DJ Esco in his posse. As FADER found out, Esco ended up…   Read Story »
The young Houston rapper and producer Travi$ Scott is as much a curator as anything else, and his 2014 mixtape Days Before Rodeo showed that he knows what he's doing on that score. Stereogum readers…   Read Story »
Future just released a very good new mixtape called Beast Mode, but he's still making videos for songs from Monster, the not-as-good tape he released back in October. The latest is the…   Read Story »
Quick programming note: Lil Wayne's Sorry 4 The Wait 2 came out two days ago, and I haven't even had time to process it yet because I've been trapped in Björkworld. (That's also why this column is a…   Read Story »
Atlanta sing-rap gurgler Future released his last mixtape -- Monster, which paired him with the up-and-coming producer Metro Boomin, just a few months ago. He's already followed it up. This…   Read Story »
A year ago, Future and Ciara were the two halves of one of rap and R&B's greatest power couples. But now, their ugly public breakup has reached the point where they're both writing songs about it.…   Read Story »
One of the best things Lil Wayne has done in the past few years was his 2011 mixtape Sorry 4 The Wait, on which Wayne brought back his old mixtape technique, going in hard over other people's tracks…   Read Story »
"Radical" is the latest track from Future's Monster mixtape to get a video treatment. On the song, Future mumbles ominously against Metro Boomin's signature bass gurgle. The video appears to have…   Read Story »
Future has shared a video for "Mad Luv," a track taken from his Monster mixtape that was released last fall. The video was directed by Rick Nyce and shot around Future's hometown of Atlanta: "I…   Read Story »
Future rounded out his year -- which included the release of his sophomore record Honest -- with a new track called "Real Sisters." It was produced by fellow Atlanta-based Zaytoven, and it's the…   Read Story »