As Future continues his quest to release a video for every song off Dirty Sprite 2, “Stick Talk” hits the ‘net.
Just a day after the whole “Rich Sex” trailer debacle with Blac Chyna, Future delivers the gritty video featuring him and his squad roaming the streets. In the song, Future raps about his hood being under investigation, so it should come as no surprise that Freebandz Gang is under surveillance as a cop car is seen driving through the streets.
Outfitted in his now signature wide-brim hat, Future can be seen jumping around a graffiti-ridden wall with a pristine white Porsche sitting next to him. Though the song clocks in at just under three minutes, it’s definitely one of the fan favorites on DS2, the obnoxiously good follow-up album to his breakout mixtape, 2011’s Dirty Sprite.
Watch Future’s video for “Stick Talk” above and let’s hope that his current obsession with visuals lead to a few videos with Drake in support of their What A Time To Be Alive mixtape.
19 Interesting Facts You Might Not Have Known About Future
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1. His full government name is Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn.
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2. Former fiancee Ciara has a tattoo of the letter "N" on her ring finger for Nayvadius.
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3. His stage name was born when members of the hip-hop musical collective, The Dungeon Family, called him "The Future."
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4. Before he was Future, he was known as Meathead of Da Connect.
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5. He was shot in the right hand at the age of 14 or 15.
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6. Future wrote the hook for Ludacris' "Blueberry Yum Yum."
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7. Future is a fan of Shakespeare. He's said, ""When I went to school, I would read Shakespeare and just fell in love with how he mixed his words. I started playing around and writing poems, reading poems."
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8. As a kid, he learned the lyrics to all of Too $hort's songs.
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Future “Stick Talk” (NEW VIDEO) was originally published on globalgrind.com