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    Future Unveils “St. Lucia” Visuals

    Future Unveils “St. Lucia” Visuals

    Earlier this month, Future gifted his fans with a surprise album, “Save Me.” Today, he drops off a new video for a cut off the EP titled, “St. Lucia.” Getting his Fast & Furious on, Future can be seen drifting and spinning donuts as a diverse mix of beautiful women accompany him in the transitioning scenes.

    Future was supposedly inspired by the island of St. Lucia from a recent visit he made - after indulging in their party scene. And reflecting on his own fame, money, and lifestyle. Director, Henri Alexander Levy, is also the founder of Enfants Riches Deprimes - a luxury brand known for its contributions in fashion.

     

     

    Future Drops 3 New Music Videos Off "Save Me" EP

    Future Drops 3 New Music Videos Off "Save Me" EP

    On the heels of his “Save Me’ EP release, Future keeps the momentum flowing with there new music video drops. “Xanax Damage,” “Love Thy Enemies,” and “Government Official,” are all cuts off the EP and have all received a video treatment - courtesy of director, Enfants Riches Deprimes - founder of Henri Alexander Levy.

    First up is “XanaX Damage,” where the partly animated clip embodies Future’s rockstar persona - leather biker jacket, cross earring and all. The vintage aesthetic follows Future singing into a phone as visual depictions of battling his personal demons flash the screen. The dark theme continues in the video for “Love Thy Enemies.”

    In the video for “Government Official,” Future is dripped in designer as he rides shogun with the top down. Here, he keeps the Punk/Rock inspired looks going as well.

    Watch below.

    OOfcourse, we spotted some ice on Future in each of the videos. 

     

    Future Drops New EP "Save Me"

    Future Drops New EP "Save Me"

    Future keeps the music rolling as he unleashed his second project of 2019 earlier today. “Save Me” is the rapper’s latest EP, via Epic Records/Freebandz Entertainment. If you recall, Future released his studio LP, “Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD,” back in January. And as the Summer heats up, he delivers a 7-track project with zero features. Opening record, “Xanax Damage” sets the tone with its auto-tune heavy melodies matched with a captivating bounce. “Love Thy Enemies” closes out the EP on a more mellow note, as Future pleas for angels to save him from “temporary illusions.”

    “Love thy enemy, walk through the valley of the shadow of death.”

    Closing out the project, Future leaves listeners on a chilly note. Almost as chilly as some of the iced out pieces we’ve seen in him so far this year. Check out below after you listen to the stream! 

     

    Posted a few days ago, Future hints at his new album with this photo of himself, hand to the face, with a few flossy pieces. From the pinky ring covered in diamonds, and the diamond bracelet and chains to match, Future writes, “Your heart glued to a building fire. SAVE ME.”
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    And just a couple days prior, he posted this classic, black-and-white cropped photo that focuses on his hefty, cuban link chains. And it appears as though Future, has deleted all previous Instagram posts prior to May 23rd.

    Drake & Future Are Dropping A Sequel to “What A Time To Be Alive”

    Drake & Future Are Dropping A Sequel to “What A Time To Be Alive”

    What a Time to Be Alive - again.

    Drake and Future are teaming up once again to give the and a highly anticipated sequel to their first collaborative project. In-house producer, ATL Jacob, is said to have hinted at this new release by posting a photo of his hard drive with audio files labeled as “FUT X DRA.” 

    Drake and Future’s ‘What a Time to Be Alive’ sequel teased on Instagram<

    If you recall back in April, we started picking up on hints when Drake teased a new project on Instagram while holding up two fingers in a video with the caption: “We gotta took that up. That two.” And Future responded, “It’s already cooked. Top secret.”

    Rumors of a sequel began long before 2018, though - when Future teased an unreleased collaboration with Drake on Snapchat. “What a Time to be Alive” was released in September 2015 - we think it’s about time for part two.

    Future Gifts Son With A Rolex For 5th Birthday

    Future Gifts Son With A Rolex For 5th Birthday

    Who said five year olds can’t rock a Rollie?

    For his 5th birthday, Future threw a birthday party for his son - inspired by DC Comics’ “The Flash” - by renting out an indoor race track complete with go-karts. Future’s mother was also in attendance and took some photos with her grandson. To top off the party, Future gifted Baby Future with his own Rolex watch!

    While Ciara wasn’t present for Future-hosted birthday party for their son, she did throw Baby Future another party with stepfather, Russell Wilson. This, too, was a superhero theme party complete with rides, laster tag and yes, go-karts.

    Two birthday parties, and a fresh Rollie at 5 years old? Not bad, kid