Future Feat. Drake – “Used To This”

What A Time To Be Alive collaborators have return fresh off their “Summer Sixteen Tour” to debut a brand new single.

Future teams up with OVO Sounds leader, Drake for a brand new cut called, “Used To This”, which is produced by Zaytoven. Along with the new single, Future debuted the accompanying visuals, which is directed by Eif Rivera.

The clip interchanges between snippets from Future and Drake‘s time on their Summer Sixteen tour and a scrimmage women’s soccer game, which seem to be run by both emcees. Future and Drizzy trade rhymes off while the ladies are proudly rocking the colors of the Mexican flag playing their match.

“Used to This” is now available for download on iTunes. Hopefully this will be a sign to the release of Future’s highly anticipated mixtape, Beast Mode 2, which a project he’s said to be working on with Atlanta producer, Zaytoven.

Watch the video below:

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