Like many other rappers, Future occasionally daydreams about being a Rock Star. Whereas others gravitate toward the shaggy-haired likes of Nirvana and Guns ‘n’ Roses, the Epic Records hitmaker has found an unlikely role model in George Michael. Excluded from the ATLien’s latest LP due to its interpolation of the ‘80s pop star’s Careless Whisper, this unreleased jam finds Future using the titular double-entendre as a springboard for rhymes about the lifestyle of a high-rolling dope boy. French Montana guests, replacing original featuree Nicki Minaj. Although, as mentioned above, this unfinished, DJ Clue-produced joint didn’t make it onto the final tracklist, listeners can hear more from Future on his sophomore studio album, Honest.
Written by richard on 07/10/14
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