There’s just one question raised by the outro: Will Drake and Future be starting a supergroup? Their own take on Watch the Throne?
Future swore on Twitter that his new track, “Monster” is him just “making the music I love to make without any emotions involve.” But we have to disagree, this track isn’t devoid of emotion, it’s just filled with some anger towards the opposite sex.
Ciara and her fiancé Future gave birth to their first son back in May, and despite what should be a happy time, it seems as though the two may be on the outs.
New mom Ciara and her fiancé Future celebrated Father’s Day yesterday, and to mark the occasion, the 28-year-old R&B star shared photos of the couple’s adorable son.
Congrats to Ciara and Future, who became parents to a baby boy this week!
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.
Future and Kanye West got them some trophies, but not from spelling bee or anything.
While Lamar seemingly dissed Drake with his now-legendary verse on Big Sean’s “Control (HOF),” Drake has responded in the form of his feature on Future’s “Sh!t” remix. Produced by Mike WiLL Made It, the track features Drake and Juicy J.
The rapper, who recently got engaged to Ciara, wears his heart on his sleeve, speak-singing in full Auto-Tuned glory, “If love is all you need/ I’m all you’ll ever need.”
“Back in Atl getting ready for tour..1st stop Pittsburgh,” Future tweeted.