In the Dojo of Auto-Tune, Future must have a black belt. On the lead single off his sophomore album, Future Hendrix, the ATL emcee uses a vocally-enhanced Karate Chop, cutting though the whirring Metro production like a wooden board, as he sings about another day in the life; cars, a cup full of lean and, of course, the ladies. Joining Future-san is Casino, who demonstrates a deep, demonstrative flow to compliment Future’s altered arrangement. The Epic Records artist has been busy of late, appearing on DJ Scream’s Cee-Lo with Luda and Wale and joing forces with Drake on Fo Real. So, will Karate Chop slice through the competition and keep Future’s name up in lights? We shall see.
Written by Lucas G. on 01/27/13
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