AceShowbiz - Future has enlisted Travis Scott (II) to direct a music video for "712PM". The visuals was released on Tuesday, November 29 and sees the "Bum Bum Tam Tam" rapper enjoying his lavish lifestyle.
In the clip, the 39-year-old can be seen being chauffeured around the city with an unnamed woman before pulling up to a crowd of fans and paparazzi. At some point, the Atlanta native raps his lyrics in front of a huge flame.
"Money real long, big as King Kong when you make the trap go jump/ Yellow wrist stones, canary yellow stones, I'm putting on that stuff/ Digging in hеr back, pull out my money, make a b***h bust a nut," he spits in the chorus. "Came out thе bando just to buy diapers, had to hit me a lick/ I bought the Tahoe from the trap money, haven't even seen a brick/ Cocaine by the kilo, these days put it right on my wrist/ You can still see the chain lit up sitting behind five percent."
"712PM" appears on Future's latest album, "I Never Liked You". The project, which arrived on April 29, features guest appearances from Drake ("Wait for U") and ("I'm on One"), Kanye West ("Keep It Burnin"), Gunna and Young Thug ("For a Nut"), Kodak Black ("Voodoo") as well as EST Gee ("Chickens").
On May 2, Future dropped six additional tracks to his ninth album. On the expanded version, there are "No Security" ft. Babyface Ray, "Stayed Down" ft. Young Scooter, "Like Me" ft. 42 Dugg and Lil Baby, "Affiliated" ft. Lil Durk, "Just the Beginning" and "Worst Day".
With "I Never Liked You", Future saw his name on the summit of the Billboard 200 albums chart. It earned 222,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending May 5, according to Luminate.