Future gifted the streets with two projects this month, the first being the eponymously titled FUTURE. Soundplug breaks down the production credits behind the album provided by The Fader.
Spoiler Alert: 808 Mafia is all over this one.
Good Dope, Zoom, Super Trapper, POA, Outta Time, Poppin Tags, Massage In My room, Flip
Featured heavily alongside his 808 Mafia cohorts, Southside handles the bulk of Future’s album with some co-production. Sizzle had a great 2016, co-producing Khaled’s hit I Got the Keys (work on it), 100it Racks, and on Drake’s Views.
Super Trapper, High Demand, Massage In My Room
— DY (@Dy808Mafia) February 25, 2017
DY leads 808 Mafia with the second most affiliate credits behind Southside on FUTURE and scored one with Fuse earlier this year on Migos project.
When I Was Broke, Feds Did A Sweep
Even though Zay and Fewtch owes us Beast Mode 2, Zaytoven makes up for it with couple clutch beats on this one.
Mask Off, Scrape
I’m So Groovy, Might As Well
Another 808 Mafia member, who produced Future’s classic March Madness and my favorite cut off the album “I’m So Groovy”.
DJ Spinz (tracks 4, 15)
Ya’ll already know. Future and Spinz need to link more.
Tre Pounds – production (tracks 8, 11)
High Demand, I’m So Groovy
Co-Produced Groovy with Tarentino and scored placement with fellow 808 Mafia partner, Fuse on Big Sean’s Moves.
Chef Tate, DJ Khaled, The Beat Bully
Bully had feature production Drake’s Views, Khaled’s album last year and all the hood classic intro.
!llmind + Fuse
Coming off a great 2015 campaign, Fuse produced one of this year’s heaters, Big Sean’s “Moves” and is currently VP of 808 Mafia. He and !llmind actually chopped it up over !ll’s Blapchat podcast earlier this year.
The vet been raising his profile over last few years scoring couple big hits such as Khaled’s I Got The Keys and co-produces this one with Southside.