Future Hendrix.

This past week has been a big one for Future as he was featured in one visual released two visuals himself and also made the big announcement of the release date for his new album. Monday the visual for “Jump Out The Face” a single featuring Future off of Meeks latest album Dreams Worth More Than Money. This video consist of producer Metro Boomin,  Meek Mill and Future all being on the radar of the “feds” as the camera cuts through various scenes of them whipping up drugs and just simply flashing money along side their homies from DreamChasers and Freebandz. Thursday he released the visual for “Real Sisters” a single of his upcoming album Dirty Sprite 2. During the video presented by street clothing line Rocksmith as usual there were drugs involved and Future seems to be making business deals with his “plug” (a source from which to score drugs). Accompanied by two sisters Future then robs his plug and gets away with everything as he always brags about throughout his catalog of music. That same day Future tweeted “I think the world ready for me to drop my album” and announced the release of Dirty Sprite 2 on July 17. The 18 song sequel album to his 2011 mixtape is now available for preview and also pre-order on iTunes right now. This morning Future took the rap world by storm again releasing the visual for “Blow A Bag” a single off of Dirty Sprite 2. Throughout the duration of the video Future is scene once again flashing money and “dabbing” (new dance) in his Bape & Alife collaboration hoodie and Off White denim beside his all white Rolls Royce. The video also sees special guest appearances by French Montana, Mike Will Made-It and Metro Boomin. Check out all the visuals below.

p.s. thank urbandictionary.com for the definition of “plug” (lol) -jm

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