Instantly memorable as much as it was unexpected, the highly quotable collaboration between two hip-hop juggernauts makes its way to the vinyl format just over a year after its 2015 release. Toronto’s Drake flew out to Future’s Atlanta base and with just under a week together in the studio, the pair churned out a victory lap record executive-produced by their respective wingmen 40 and Metro Boomin. With Boomin on most of the instrumentals, it’s very clear Future’s on home turf though both rappers thrive across the LP’s over-the-top boasts and beats. Closing out the record, “Jersey” and “30 for 30 Freestyle” see both artists show off their signature sound as solo rounds.
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