The Weeknd Shares A Snippet For A New Song Featuring Future

It appears that The Weeknd and Future will be releasing music together for the first time in more than six years. The Weeknd gave a sneak peek of a brand-new song on Monday night (April 10), during an Instagram Live session. The collaboration, which also features a second verse from Atlanta legend Future, will increase the caliber of songs the duo has produced together.

Following a stunningly harmonious Future can be heard rapping about his significant other fulfilling all of his desires, despite the fact that it’s The Weeknd’s erroneous hook. The second track on Future’s 2017 album HNDRXX, “Comin Out Strong,” marked the last time the hip-hop titan and pop icon collaborated. In the Billboard Top 100, “Comin Out Strong” peaked at position No. 48.

Prior to that, tracks like “Low Life” from Future’s EVOL (2016) and “All I Know” from The Weekend’s Starboy (2016) amassed a large amount of streams and peaked at Nos. 18 and 46 on the Hot 100, respectively. Mike Dean apparently contributed to the song’s creation and was in the studio Monday when The Weeknd performed it.

Dean collaborated with Swedish House Mafia to produce The Weeknd’s songs “Tell Your Friends” (2015) and “Moth To a Flame” (2021), in addition to joining him on his most recent “After Hours Tour.” The upcoming Future-assisted single’s title, release date, and cover art have not yet been made public by The Weeknd, but you can check out the snippet below.

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