Second video of the day from Trippy Man.
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Riding high on the success of his critically praised, chart-topping sophomore album Honest Future will un-cage his new mixtape, MONSTER, on October 28, 2014. Boasting brand new tracks from the Atlanta rapper, singer, and songwriter, the mixtape is set to be available for download on www.FreeBandz.com where you can also purchase new exclusive monster merchandise for a limited time. The first single from the thunderous mixtape will be the title track ‘Monster’ as the music video is set to debut October 3.
Get ready for MONSTER music!
This collection most definitely lives up to its provocative name. Future morphs into a musical monster and unleashes thunderous, bass-booming anthems reminiscent of his early output such as Astronaut Status, Dirty Sprite, True Story, and Streetz Calling but with even more intensity than ever before. Fusing hard-hitting lyrics to complementary production, he reminds listeners that he knows how to seamlessly merge what’s happening in both the streets and the clubs. In the process, he conjures hits that will be assimilated by pop culture just like he did with “Same Damn Time”.
Make no mistake about it, Future has sharpened his teeth and claws, becoming a true MONSTER in the process. This will undoubtedly get inside your head and make you move—like all of his best work does.
Recently, he earned a 2014 BET Hip-Hop Award in the category of “Club Banger of the Year” for his ubiquitous smash “Move That Dope” featuring Pharrell, Pusha T, and Casino from Honest. This achievement follows up a string of accolades for the track, including landing #1 on the Urban Mediabase Chart.
Upon its debut, Honest reached #1 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Chart and #2 on the Billboard Top 200. Tastemakers have lauded it as one of the year’s best. The New York Times boldly proclaimed that Future is “The Voice of Hip Hop Today.” USA Today called Honest “ambitious” and Rolling Stone noted that all other rappers are “still playing catch-up” to Future’s unique sound. Released as both a standard version with 12 tracks and a deluxe version with 18 tracks, Honest contains features from an impressive roster of artists including Andre 3000, Drake, Kanye West, Pharrell, Pusha T, and Wiz Khalifa. He also supported the release with the “Honest” tour, which played to sold out crowds in major markets across North America.
Be prepared because this MONSTER is on the loose…
Directed by Adam J Dunn and Anthony Davis.
This week we check out Lil Wayne and Drake lighting up and singing Hold On.
With Statik Selektah headed on the road with Joey Badass, Stat had the Pro Era frontman get on the mic for a quick freestyle. If you saw his Toca Tuesdays freestyle from last week, you know what you’re in for.
JAY Z’s Life+Times and vitaminwater® present a new documentary series called “Where I’m From.” The series premiere follows producer extraordinaire Hit-Boy, detailing his journey from starting out by making beats on FruityLoops to hustling past his opposition to become the inspiring super producer he is today.
Directed by N.O.R.E.
Wale discussed his upcoming album The Album About Nothing, his “Twitter beef” with Meek Mill, leaving Roc Nation, his relationship with Mark Ronson and much more.