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.
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