Future is the special guest on tonight’s Saturday Night Live with host Jonah Hill. It’s hard to follow Kanye West, who performed “Ultralight Beam” with his whole squad and “Highlights" with Young Thug last time, but Future is wildly popular and fans have been waiting for this moment since it was announced last month. The Atlanta rapper hit the stage with special guest the Weeknd to perform "Low Life." He also joined Hill during the opening monologue to deliver a fun rendition of "Jumpman" and took part in a funny bit for SNL's popular Weekend Update sketch. Later in the night, Future performed fan favorite "March Madness."

In Future’s SNL promos with Hill and Leslie Jones, he promised the show would be “sensational.” Already coming off two projects in 2016—Purple Reign and EVOL—the rapper was a perfect choice for SNL, and the show is clearly riding the Future wave. Check out his performance of "Low Life" above and "March Madness" below.

Joining @1future for "Low Life," @theweeknd! #SNL pic.twitter.com/dQGcZtcb86

— Saturday Night Live (@nbcsnl) March 6, 2016

Such a great performance. @theweeknd @1future #SNL pic.twitter.com/kL9Zu2NOEC

— Saturday Night Live (@nbcsnl) March 6, 2016

Really feeling @1future performing "March Madness" right now. #SNL pic.twitter.com/OZqmjrWVlo

— Saturday Night Live (@nbcsnl) March 6, 2016


— FUTURE/FREEBANDZ (@1future) March 6, 2016