Future and DJ Stevie J have connected on a new song titled “Stripper.” Future released it with a tweet announcing it to the world. The video for the track also dropped. You can watch it up top.
The song, a love letter to strippers, is appropriately titled. As for the sound, Future has tapped into his crooner persona, singing on top of Stevie J’s beat. If you're not trying to peep the visuals you can just listen to "Stripper" below via Spotify.
A few weeks ago, Future debuted “I.C.F.W.N.T” (which stands for “I Can’t Wife No Thot”), produced by 808 Mafia. That track came more than four months after Future released his collaboration with Young Thug, Super Slimey.
Since then, the Atlanta rapper has appeared on several song, including Young Scooter’s “Trippple Cross” and Kendrick Lamar and Jay Rock’s “King’s Dead” off the Black Panther soundtrack. More recently, Future also teased a new track with Drake, appeared alongside Jay-Z and Beyoncé in DJ Khaled’s “Top Off,” and assisted YoungBoy Never Broke Again on “Right or Wrong.”
Fans are still waiting on word from Future on when they’ll get his next full-length album, but as of yet, there is no word on when to expect anything. He is, however, working on something entirely different: co-producing Director X's Superfly remake.