Taylor Swift unveiled the track list for her forthcoming album Reputation, and it came as a surprise to many that it featured Future on a track with Ed Sheeran.
It’s certainly an interesting collaboration but Future is no stranger to the pop sound. He co-wrote Rihanna’s 2013 “Loveeeeee Song”, and the song “Selfish” off his HNDRXX album, which also features the Bajan singer, showcases his versatility. Sheeran was accompanied on the 2017 VMA’s stage by Lil Uzi Vert, and once turned Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen” into an acoustic tune. Swift knows the lyrics to Future and Drake’s “Jumpman” which she sang word-for-word in an Apple Music commercial. So it’s hard to imagine what “End Game” would sound like featuring all three of them.
Future’s work ethic is mind blowing: He released two history-making solo projects at the top of the year, recently dropped a collaborative mixtape with Young Thug called “Super Slimey”, and let’s not forget the countless features with the likes of Jadakiss, Fabolous, Wiz Kid, Chris Brown, Tory Lanez, and more.
Taylor Swift’s Reputation comes out on Friday, November 8.