I don’t speak from personal experience, but I’d imagine the life of a drug kingpin getting pretty tedious. Mixing, cutting, cooking, and bagging ones ...um…“product” is simply exhausting. Never fear drug dealers of the world, Future‘s latest single should make all those menial tasks fly by, all while motivating you to become a better businessman. On Move That Dope Future’s flanged, staggered flow rings out atop Mike WiLL Made It lurching, edgy beat. No dope song would be complete, however, without someone who knows a thing or two about moving weight. Enter Pusha T, whose edgy, cutting flow leads off a grip of guest features, including multiple Grammy award winner Pharrell and Casino. If you are already addicted, be sure to re-up with Future when his forthcoming album, Honest, is released later this year.
Update: We have added the Benny Boom-directed visuals for Future’s Move That Dope single.
Written by Lucas G. on 03/6/14
Years ago, some time between 1994 and ‘98, hip-hop’s Future was being written in a recording studio in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. Outkast was hard at work recording their game changing first three albums, amplifying the...
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