Mike Will Made It unleashes the full-version of the truncated Honest cut

Earlier this year, when Future was teasing his new album with tracklists and interviews and such, a common topic of conversation was the Drake-featured “Never Satisfied,” which was confirmed to be on Future’s sophomore album, Honest. Since 2012 the two have been collaborating, and for the most part, their records–“Tony Montana,” “Fo Real,” “We In This B***h 1.5, Sh*t (RMX)”–quickly become fan-favorites, so they most certainly gave everyone something to look forward to. However, when Honest was released, “Never Satisfied,” consisted of nothing but Drake’s opening chorus and Future’s verse, and ran for less than 2 minutes.

Today, the producer of the track, Mike Will Made It, has graciously liberated the full version of the record, which comes complete with a different Drake chorus, and the verse Drake originally recorded on the song. Word has it, the label pulled the second half of the record because Drake didn’t like his verse. You be the judge.

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