Future “1000″ Mixtape Download & Stream
Future releases his Official Mixtape 1000, Hosted by DJ Scream. The 19-track tape has Features from Alley Boy, Young Scooter, Rocko, Big Rube, Tasha Catour, Big Bank Black and more.
In 2010, Future dropped his debut mixtape that was hosted by DJ Scream titled 1000. The tape contains nineteen songs and includes features from Alley Boy, Young Scooter, Rocko, Big Rube, Tasha Catour and Big Bank Black.
Hard work paid off and in a short time, Future released a number of mixtapes. From 2010 to early 2011, he dropped 1000, Dirty Sprite, and True Story. Around this time, Future started working with producer Mike Will Made It, although artists in Atlanta had been trying to push the two creative forces together for years. Before Future dropped Dirty Sprite, the first project he worked on with Mike Will, there was a lull in music coming from Atlanta. “I felt like Atlanta—the whole South—was in a state of emergency,” Mike Will said. “T.I. was in jail, Gucci Mane was in jail, Young Jeezy was putting his own project together. He wasn’t coming out with any music. Lil Boosie had got locked up.” And then came Future.
Future‘s buzz lead to a meeting with Epic Records in 2011. Right before L.A. Reid signed him, he already had four mixtapes on the street and was getting $7,500 dollars a show. But Benny Pough, executive vice president of Urban Music at Epic Records, says his family connections aren’t what got him his record deal through Epic. Hits started coming almost immediately, but Future succeeded most when he dropped his love ballad, “Turn On The Lights” where he sings about finding the perfect woman. The single was produced by Mike Will. When you look at the artists he has worked with you can see the community embraces him as one of the next big superstars in music. At this point, I think he should be embraced as being next. The Future, if you will. Follow on Twitter @1future @DJSCREAM @MedievalBeatz Hip Hop Beats
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