Future Brings 'Superfly' to 'Kimmel' With Laser-Filled "Nowhere" Performance

Future rolls out his new 'Superfly' song "Nowhere" with the help of some lasers on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' The movie, which boasts a Future-curated soundtrack, hits theaters Wednesday.

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Superfly soundtrack closer "Nowhere" now has the added benefit of being brought to life on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Monday, Future brought the ATL Jacob-produced track out for television audiences with the help of some well-placed lasers. Catch the results in full up top.


Earlier that same day, Future announced his new co-headlining tour with Nicki Minaj. The surprise NICKIHNDRXX announcement was followed immediately by the release of Minaj's "Rich Sex," a Lil Wayne-featuring taste of Queen that actually has nothing to do with the Future song of the same name.

See the full run of NICKIHNDRXX dates below. According to Minaj, fans can expect additional dates to be unveiled shortly.

Presale tickets will be available starting Tuesday at 10 a.m. local time.

The Future-curated Superfly soundtrack dropped last week and also features new cuts with 21 Savage, Young Thug, Lil Wayne, Miguel, and more. "We grew up on Curtis Mayfield like a religion in the household" Future said of his connection with the soundtrack to the original 1972 film upon which Director X's is based. "I just wanted to take some inspiration and do my own sound, my own twist." The movie stars Trevor Jackson, Michael Kenneth Williams, Jason Mitchell, and Lex Scott Davis. Catch it June 13.

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