Rapper Future released a music video for his single "Low Life," a collaboration with The Weeknd off his 2016 album EVOL. Check it out below, via YouTube, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at making the video.
Future ft The Weeknd "Low Life" Music Video
"Low Life" Music Video Behind-The-Scenes
The duo first performed the song on Saturday Night Live during Future's debut performance at the legendary NBC Studio 8H in NYC. The music video, directed by Zac Facts, is set to the backdrop of a dusty, dark building where Future and The Weeknd rap all about the "Low Life," from drugs and sex to roach covered floors.
The video shifts between scenes in rooms with barred windows and scantily clad ladies to the two driving a serious muscle car. They continue on with lyrics like, "Used to have no money for a crib, Now my room service bill cost your whole life," suggesting that although they may have come from squalor, they have found wild success with music. That's not to say they don't remember where they came from, they appreciate it.
EVOL is available for purchase on Amazon.
Source: Future VEVO