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Friday, May 15, 2020

Future - "Tycoon (Desert Cut)" [Hip-Hop]

Tycoon (Desert Cut)

"Tycoon (Desert Cut)" music video by Future
Added: 15-05-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Future - Tycoon (Desert Cut - Official Music Video)

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Video Director: Danny Clinch
Video Producer: Miyazu Sato

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Known for a uniquely fluid and melodic yet mumbling vocal style, rapper Future busted out of the South at the dawn of the 2010s with a flurry of mixtapes, high-charting albums, certified platinum singles, and contributions to several other hits as a featured artist. After he scored his first commercial hit via a guest spot on YC's "Racks" (2011), Future quickly became a key factor in Atlanta's grip on the Billboard charts, often with production support from fellow ATL natives and dwellers such as Metro Boomin, Mike WiLL Made-It, Sonny Digital, and Southside. By the end of 2017, Future had amassed 32 Top Ten R&B/hip-hop hits as a headliner and featured artist. Meanwhile, 11 full-length projects -- including an all-platinum run of DS2 (2015), Evol (2016), and Future (2017) -- debuted within the Top Five of the Billboard 200. Future capped off the 2010s by adding to his Top 20 tally with the Grammy-winning "King's Dead," co-producing a remake of Super Fly, and hitting the top of the Billboard 200 again with The Wizrd (2019).

Future kicked off 2019 with the release of his seventh album, The Wizrd, which became the rapper's fifth solo chart-topper (and sixth overall). The 20-song set featured appearances by Young Thug, Gunna, and Travis Scott. Less than a month after that album's release, Future won a Grammy for Best Rap Performance for his contribution to "King's Dead." Future returned later in 2019 with the seven-track SAVE ME, which added a darker, more pained approach to the rapper's typical formula.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Future