Future ft. Drake - Fo Real

Posted 3 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Mike WiLL Made It
Album:
F.B.G.: The Movie

As Future prepares to showcase his (figurative) directorial chops on his next street release, fans may be wondering: what genre will F.B.G.: The Movie fall into? Well, If the Epic Records rhymesayer gets his way, it just might be a porno. The latest single off the set, Fo Real, finds Bandz hitmaker Mike WiLL Made It serving up a bass-bumping, synth-driven beat as the artist persuades a few fine females to come to his hotel room and co-star in his latest picture. Ladies’ man Aubrey “Drake” Graham helps him seal the deal by delivering a quick guest verse on the back. If you’re feeling this preview, then why not check out the feature presentation? Set for release on Tuesday, Future’s latest street album will be available for free digital download.

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