Future opens up on vulnerable new song, “Last Name”

His latest collab with Lil Durk.

Future and Lil Durk have returned with a new collaboration, “Last Name,” produced by DY Krazy.

On the earnest track, the Atlanta rapper opens up about his paternity converseries—he was recently named into two paternity suits from two different women, according to TMZ. “This ain’t a diss song, this a real song / N***a, we ain’t runnin’ from no responsibilities / I take care of families / I’m embarrassed over this mess that I done caused,” he raps.

Durk jumps in later, delivering a hard-hitting verse about life on the streets. “I lost connections to the streets and I was in denial / I seen a grown man shed tears ’cause he lost his trial / I saved the streets, a crazy feeling just to lose a child / Have a one-on-one with God, yeah, it been a while,” he spits.

“Last Name” is the latest collab from Future and Lil Durk, following last year’s “Spin the Block” and 2016’s “Hated on Me.” Last month, Future made his Monster mixtape available on all major streaming platforms.


Listen to “Last Name” below:


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