Drake, Future Are "Used To This" In New Single From 'Beast Mode 16' Project
Future and Drake are back at it again with another new collaboration. Titled "Used To This," the new Beast Mode 16 single finds the Summer Sixteen Tour collaborators rapping about their status at the top of the game and everything that comes along with it.
Future dominates over a Zaytoven-produced beat, rapping about his newfound fame and riches from his recent success.
"Get the llama, I party with the real Madonna / Beat the odds, do numbers and remain humble / Drop top Porsches, I'm so used to this / Smoking out the pound, I'm so used to this," he raps in the hook.
Drake comes in halfway through the tune to add a verse of his own about his own success, taking care of those around him and leaving the haters behind.
"Never made a move out here unless I was certain / Tatted on me, but this sh*t is deeper than the surface / I'm with everyone that I was here with in the first place / Making sure that they all good before they close the curtain," he raps to finish his verse.
The song also comes along with a music video that finds Future and Drake in the midst of a soccer game between two teams of very attractive women who make sure to stretch out first (for the camera) and then play in skimpy shorts. They are all rocking Mexican jerseys, which Future and Drake don at points as well.
Ahead of the United States' men's soccer's team clash with the Mexican soccer team on Nov. 11, you have to wonder, whose side is Future really on (we know is USA all the way)?
This is Future's first solo track since EVOL was released in February. He has been touring almost non-stop throughout 2016, so it isn't surprising to see a break from the normally prolific rapper. There aren't any more details about when Beast Mode 16 will be released.