Gigi and Roy Ben Artzi handled the direction for Future's new video for "100 Shooters."

The track, which dropped back in July and also features Meek Mill and Doe Boy, notably signals a taste of what's to come with Future and Meek's Legendary Nights Tour. See the video—a Polo Grounds Films production—up top.

The Legendary Nights Tour also counts Megan Thee Stallion, YG, and Mustard among its opening roster. The tour kicks off next week in Chicago, with Pollstar reporting Thursday that—unfortunately—a few select dates (including St. Louis and Phoenix) had been removed from the routing.


Legendary nights start next week ✨✨✨✨✨ @future @yg @mustard @theestallion

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The tour flyer fits nicely into the enviably strong aesthetic decisions Future has been making during this current era, with particular emphasis placed on the visual magic of his recent run of videos for his June-released Save Me EP. For that collection of songs, Henri Alexander Levy took the reins for a number of videos that are arguably among Future's best, including the goth-esque happenings of "XanaX Damage" and "Love Thy Enemies."


What’s your addiction????

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Levy and Future linked again earlier this month for the "Please Tell Me" video, which was followed quickly by some teases from Young Thug regarding the imminent Super Slimey 2, which will feature Future and other frequent collaborators in some capacity.