Future and Elton John Hit the Studio
Hendrix shared the news with fans via an Instagram post on Sunday (April 7). In the pic, the two artists stand side-by-side posing for the camera. "Me and my brother @eltonjohn leaving the studio," Future captioned the photo. "Love is Love." No more details were revealed about the upcoming collab.
Elton John, a multiple Grammy award-winning English singer, songwriter and composer whose career spans seven decades, has shown a genuine interest in hip-hop over the last few years including collabs with Kanye West and Young Thug. He is apparently a big fan of Tech N9ne and A Tribe Called Quest. Back in September, he dedicated a performance to Mac Miller a few days after the rapper's untimely death.
Future is currently working on the follow-up to his January release Future Hndrxx Presents: The Wizrd. Earlier this month, the Atlanta rapper and Drake teased a sequel to their 2015 joint project What a Time to Be Alive. During a recent Drake tour stop in London, which Future was on hand for, Super uploaded a video that hinted part two was already afoot. "What's that? We gotta cook that up. That two," Drake said in the video while holding up two fingers. Future then responded, "It's already cooked. Top secret."
Check out Future's photo-op with Elton John below.
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