The video for DJ Khaled‘s collaboration with Jay Z and Future, “I Got the Keys,” is well on its was. The trio united with an all star cast that included 2 Chainz, T.I., Fabolous, Pusha T, Busta Rhymes, Rick Ross, Yo Gotti, Swizz Beatz and A$AP Ferg to shoot the visuals at the Queens Detention Facility. Epic Records Chairman/CEO, L.A. Reid, was also spotted on set.
Ariana Grande enlists Future for her new track, titled “Everyday.” The seductive track finds Ari boasting about the good lovin’ she receives from her man every day, while Future is in agreement on his verse.
“I knew I wanted to work with Future, but I didn’t know if we could find the right song to do together because we’re so different,” the pop star said during an interview with KIIS FM last month. “But we really found a dope vibe and it’s very unique and exciting.”
With his anxiously-awaited album, Views from the 6, due to arrive this Friday, Drake unveils its artwork.
The cover finds Drizzy sitting at the very top of the CN Tower, in his hometown of Toronto. “To the city I love and the people in it…Thank you for everything #VIEWS,” he captioned the photo.
Future has filed a countersuit against his ex, Ciara, following the $15 million defamation lawsuit she filed in February.
According to TheJasmineBrand, “the rapper [is] counter-suing the singer and claiming she is nothing but a washed-up singer whose career is failing and clearly sued him to generate publicity for her lackluster album sales.”
Ciara and Ludacris are gearing up for the 2016 Billboard Music Awards, which they will host at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on May 22.
While announcing the nominees on Good Morning America on Monday, CiCi opted out of saying her ex, Future‘s, name in the Top Rap Artist category. She called out the names, “Drake, Fetty Wap,” and let Luda chime in with “Future,” before finishing with “Wiz Khalifa and Silento.”
Future unleashes the visuals to his The Weeknd-assisted single, “Low Life.” The fellas are surrounded by a few scantily clad women, while chilling inside an old, dimly lit house – and they also take a ride in a Mad Max-style car. They connected on “SNL” earlier this month to perform the track from Future’s EVOL album. Watch the video inside.