Future tells the tale of a true crime story in his latest music video release for "Feds Did a Sweep," and as a special treat for fans, it's a full 10 minutes long. The Atlanta rapper drops the visuals for the fan favorite off of his self-titled album, which dropped nearly nine months ago.

The new music video from Future Hendrix shares the events that go down as a man becomes an informant, leading him to set up rappers Young Scooter, Casino and others in a big case. Future makes a slew of appearances, rapping his verses on the track in different locations such as the interrogation room, next to authorities watching a projector screen and even the courthouse.

It's been a major year for Super's success, as the Southern superstar released two albums at the top of the year. He most recently starred alongside Young Thug in the video for their joint track "Relationship," and hopped on WizKid's latest song, "Everytime."

Future was also one of many who appeared on XXL's 20th anniversary issue, and even gave an in-depth interview revisiting his rise to success from when he was a XXL Freshman in 2012.

Watch the full video for "Feds Did a Sweep" over at Apple Music to see what goes down in the crime story.

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