Future, Metro Boomin officially release “Slow Down”

The song had leaked earlier this year.

Future and Metro Boomin have officially released “Slow Down,” after it leaked earlier this year.

The song was reportedly recorded sometime in 2015, alongside the rest of Future’s third studio album, DS2, which marked its fifth anniversary earlier this month. It features the Atlanta rapper’s Auto-Tuned vocals over booming bass and trap snares.

“Order the private, put the choppers on a flight / Fuck them imposters, we some shottas in real life / I’m whippin’ a giant, n***a my money’s a giant / I fuck her tomorrow, n***a ain’t never replyin’,” he raps on the free-flowing track.

Earlier this year, Future released his High Off Life album, which included singles such as “Ridin Strikers” and “Posted With Demons.” He also recently appeared on the remix of SAINt JHN’s “Roses,” which recently got a visual treatment.

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