Complex: The 50 Best Future Songs (2017)

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Complex: The 50 Best Future Songs (2017)

Postby StevieFan13 » Sun Feb 26, 2017 4:37 am

http://www.complex.com/music/2017/02/th ... o-the-game
Don't know how they found an extra 5, let alone 25, but here you go. The best(?) songs by one of the most boring rappers in the game right now. All songs by Future unless otherwise noted.
50. "Married to the Game"
49. "Dirty Sprite"
48. "Low Life"
47. "My"
46. "Paradise"
45. "Karate Chop (Remix)"
44. "Rich Sex"
43. "Jordan Diddy"
42. "First Class Flights"
41. "Benz Friendz"
40. "Never Gon Lose"
39. "Move That Dope"
38. "Inside the Mattress"
37. "Ain't No Way Around It"
36. "Racks"
35. "Stick Talk"
34. "U.O.E.N.O."
33. "The Percocet & Stripper Joint"
32. "Chosen One"
31. "2Pac"
30. "Sh!t"
29. "Groupies"
28. "No Matter What"
27. "Magic"
26. "Neva End" (feat. Kelly Rowland)
25. "Fuck Up Some Commas"
24. "Hardly"
23. "Tony Montana"
22. "Just Like Bruddas"
21. "My Savages"
20. "Trending Topic"
19. "Straight Up"
18. "I Be U"
17. "Long Time Coming" (feat. The Empire)
16. "Honest"
15. Ace Hood - "Bugatti" (feat. Future and Rick Ross)
14. "Kno the Meaning"
13. "Deeper Than the Ocean"
12. "Real Sisters"
11. "Gone To the Moon"
10. "Throw Away"
9. Rihanna - "Loveeeeeee Song" (feat. Future)
8. "March Madness"
7. "Itchin"
6. "Same Damn Time"
5. "You Deserve It"
4. "Perkys Calling"
3. "News or Somthn"
2. "Turn On the Lights"
1. "Codeine Crazy"
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Re: Complex: The 50 Best Future Songs (2017)

Postby Henrik » Mon Apr 10, 2017 11:47 am

I will assume that "Jumpman" and "Diamonds Dancing" were also eligible for this list. Because why not?
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Re: Complex: The 50 Best Future Songs (2017)

Postby StevieFan13 » Mon Apr 10, 2017 12:27 pm

Henrik wrote:I will assume that "Jumpman" and "Diamonds Dancing" were also eligible for this list. Because why not?

I'd say so. Henrik, Henrik, Henrik, that boy's up to somethin' WHOO.
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Re: Complex: The 50 Best Future Songs (2017)

Postby StevieFan13 » Wed Aug 23, 2017 8:43 pm

They just reposted the list. Is it the same as before?
http://www.complex.com/music/the-best-f ... o-the-game
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Re: Complex: The 50 Best Future Songs (2017)

Postby Rob » Thu Aug 24, 2017 7:41 am

I'm disappointed in this list, not because of the order, but because I thought the subject was something else. I read the title as something like "The 50 best songs that come out in the future". Sadly Complex isn't much into sightseeing.

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Re: Complex: The 50 Best Future Songs (2017)

Postby StevieFan13 » Thu Aug 24, 2017 4:26 pm

Rob wrote:I'm disappointed in this list, not because of the order, but because I thought the subject was something else. I read the title as something like "The 50 best songs that come out in the future". Sadly Complex isn't much into sightseeing.

Oh yeah. How could they forget R.E.M.'s classic "Man, Isn't It Great That We're Back Together?" or Prince's "Faked My Death (Because It'd Really Suck if I Actually Died) (feat. 2Pac)"
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