Future and Detail Get Explicit on New Song ‘Moscato’
By Courtney E. Smith
There are already so many, many, many euphemisms for knocking the boots (see what we did there) in music that when Detail and Future got together on “Moscato” they decided to forget the euphies and skip right to the real deal. And that is how we ended up with a very Auto-Tuned track about doing the dirty on Moscato.
For those not in the know, Moscato is a perfectly legal substance to do pretty much anything you’d like to on, except drive or operate heavy machinery. Muscat is the variety of grape used to make wine, but also raisins and grapes. You’ve probably got some muscat grapes in your house right now. Detail and Future go in-depth with their descriptions of pouring it on your nipple, so we can safely assume they mean wine.
Moscato is typically a sweet wine, and when it’s spelled with an “o” and not a “u”, it originates from Australia, California or South Africa. When these two guys employ it, it is for your pleasure.