Future Premieres 'Move That Dope' Music Video Ft. Pharrell and Pusha T


Future Premieres 'Move That Dope' Music Video Ft. Pharrell and Pusha T


The Benny Boom-directed clip features the three rappers hanging out on a Los Angeles street and spitting their bars in front of an old school Jeep Wrangler.

The music video of Future's collaboration with Pharrell Williams and Pusha T, "Move That Dope", has arrived in full. Directed by Benny Boom, the four-minute visuals features a sub-plot that involves a high-speed police chase.

The clip then gives glimpses at Future spitting his bars in a red-lit room surrounded by smoke before joining Pusha T who raps his lines in front of an old school Jeep Wrangler parked on a Los Angeles street.

Pharrell later emerges in the clip wearing black shades and his infamous big hat. Ditching his pop star image, he drops some verses while some ladies are spray-painting "I Am Other" phrase on a wall. Making brief cameo appearances are Wiz Khalifa, Tyler, the Creator and SchoolBoy Q.

"Move That Dope" will appear in Future's upcoming sophomore album "Honest" which is expected to be released later this year. The record will reportedly also feature the rapper's collaborations with the likes of Drake, Nicki Minaj and Kanye West.

Future's "Move That Dope" (feat. Pharrell and Pusha T) music video

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