129 days ago,
Future released an emotional music video for "Use Me."
In a recent interview with Zane Lowe of Beats 1 radio, Future mentioned that HNDRXX would be his most personal album to date. In "Use Me," the Atlanta emcee details how he came up slinging dope from his grandmother's house and feels guilt for the pain he's caused to women around him.
In the video, Future sits in a diner with a teenage version of himself. While his younger scowling self drives his Ferrari, a group of stick-up boys rob a trap house where a lonely woman lives. They tie her up and abscond with the stash. We come to realize as adult Future walks into the house that it's his grandmother's. His younger mad self then sits on a couch while his grandma lies tied up in the living room.
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