On New Year’s Eve, Future shared a new track called “NASA” featuring French Montana with production from his right hand man, DJ Esco. Fans had to listen quick, because “NASA” promptly disappeared from streaming services.

Just days later, the Atlanta rapper dropped a new single, the Auto-Tune-stacked, Lil Wayne-produced “Crushed Up.” The classic trap song with heavy basslines, fast hi-hats and warbling vocals is Future’s first release since WRLD On Drugs, his surprise collaborative set with Juice WRLD which dropped this last October. Listen to the freshly served “Crushed Up” via Epic Records here.

The new arrival also drops just a few days after the birth of the Grammy-nominated artist’s fifth child, Hendrix. As of this moment, there is no word yet on when the flash-featured “NASA” will blast off once again. Stay tuned for when it does.

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