Future

On Songs He Didn't Think Would Become Hits

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Future discusses how he creates an album, influences from other genres, what success means to him and which songs he underestimated would be hits.

During an appearance on The Russ Parr Morning Show, Future discusses his creative process for making an album, how other genres of music influence him, what success means to him and which songs he underestimated would be hits. One of the songs he listed was his latest single, Move That Dope. 

Future's new single Move That Dope is definitely in the running for 2014 Collaboration Of The Year Award. The song featuring Pharrell Williams and Pusha T, has got to be one of the most random unexpected collabs in a while. He reveals that he didn't expect the song to be as big as it is when he started it but that Mike WiLL Made-It encouraged him to add a verse. Looks like Future will take more advice from Mike WlLL in the future as he also reveals that the producer told him his 2011 single with Itchin would also be big.

Future also goes in to how he inspired the title of Drake's Started From The Bottom single during a studio session with the Canadian artist. Future says that he always tells his engineer to "start it from the bottom" when playing tracks and Drake later came up with the hit record Started From The Bottom.

Future's new album Honest dropped today on iTunes. Check out our Album Review HERE.

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