Future Says Joint Project With Drake Is A Possibility
Fresh off the release of his F.B.G.: The Movie mixtape and a few visuals, Future has been making his rounds, doing interviews, and revealing his upcoming plans. One is a possible joint project with... Drake.
A year ago, the Atlanta rapper wasn't feelin' Drizzy, because the YMCMB star snubbed him when it came to filming the video for his initial buzz single, "Tony Montana." Fast forward to 2013, Future is a bonafied star and he and Drake has ironed out their differences.
In a recent interview with Karen Civil, Future reveals that he and the Canadian superstar have recorded two songs together, one of which he's saving for his upcoming sophomore LP, titled Future Hendrix. As far as whether or not he would work with Drake even further, he says its a possibility.
"Man, we was in the studio one time just talking about the K-Ci & JoJo album," Future explained. "But besides that, when we're in the studio, we in the zone. Me and dude be in the super zone. We be on the same page. You could turn on the beat and we just find ways to build from it, and we just trying to find time to make it happen and squeeze it in there."