Future Relies on Female Accomplices for a Setup in ‘Real Sisters’ Video
Leave it to the ladies to get the job done right. Future relies on two female accomplices to get his cash in the video for "Real Sisters," a song off his Beast Mode mixtape.
Directed by Spike Jordan, the visual finds Future sitting back as a crew prepares drugs to be sold. With two beautiful women by his side, they appear down for whatever and to assist with any of the men's needs. From the moment they enter the scene, it's clear that the guys are hooked.
While Future's business associates count their cash, there's a feeling that something is about to go down. As the ladies seduce the drug dealers, things take a turn for the better in Future's case. They sue their feminine wiles, hold the dudes at gunpoint and get away with not only the product but also the money as the rapper follows them out the door.
Future has been working nonstop over the past six months. Not only has he dropped this video but he also released three different mixtapes -- Beast Mode with Zaytoven, 56 Nights with DJ Esco and 808 Mafia and Dirty Sprite 2.
In addition, he shows up in Meek Mill's recently released video for "Jump Out the Face." It's clear that Future has been productive in 2015. Hopefully, this means that his new album is on the way. According to a tweet he posted this week, it looks like the #FutureHive will be getting that gift pretty soon.
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