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Future Faces His Past in “Use Me” Music Video

Greg Hurdle
Mar 8, 2017
Future Faces His Past in “Use Me” Music Video
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The “HNDRXX” standout track looks back to when his story began.

Fresh off the release of his second chart-topping album in two weeks, HNDRXX, Future shares the somber and introspective video for “Use Me.”

In the video, we find Future showing his melancholic and morose side as he struggles to cope with one of the moments where his trapper-turned-rapper persona may have been born. He commiserates with a young Nayvadius (his younger self) as he cruises through the empty Atlanta streets, all the while reliving a harrowing moment in which everything was seemingly lost, and he was face to face with the spoils and consequences of the dope game.

Check out the video above and catch “Use Me” and more on Future’s latest release HNDRXX, as well as on his upcoming “Nobody Safe” Tour.



Greg Hurdle
Greg Hurdle

Greg Hurdle is a writer based in Brooklyn, NY. He's written for Mass Appeal, Green Label, and Complex Media. He aims to redefine "fire content."



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Future Faces His Past in “Use Me” Music Video

Greg Hurdle
Mar 8, 2017
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Future Faces His Past in “Use Me” Music Video
Share this article!

The “HNDRXX” standout track looks back to when his story began.

Fresh off the release of his second chart-topping album in two weeks, HNDRXX, Future shares the somber and introspective video for “Use Me.”

In the video, we find Future showing his melancholic and morose side as he struggles to cope with one of the moments where his trapper-turned-rapper persona may have been born. He commiserates with a young Nayvadius (his younger self) as he cruises through the empty Atlanta streets, all the while reliving a harrowing moment in which everything was seemingly lost, and he was face to face with the spoils and consequences of the dope game.

Check out the video above and catch “Use Me” and more on Future’s latest release HNDRXX, as well as on his upcoming “Nobody Safe” Tour.



Greg Hurdle
Greg Hurdle

Greg Hurdle is a writer based in Brooklyn, NY. He's written for Mass Appeal, Green Label, and Complex Media. He aims to redefine "fire content."



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