Hip-Hop

Future Drops Reflective 'Use Me' Video

After making history with two back-to-back No. 1 albums with Future and HNDRXX, Future heads back to the trap house in his reflective "Use Me" video.

The visual finds the Atlanta rapper coming face-to-face with presumably his younger self as masked bandits ransack his house and tie up an older woman, perhaps the young man's mother, before making away with the cash. 

"When I was young, I was in one of those houses, like a drug house, where I always get busted, police runnin' in there,"  a voiceover from Future is heard saying towards the end of the clip. "It was my grandma's house."

"Use Me" appeared on HNDRXX, Future's fifth chart-topping album on the Billboard 200, which also features collaborations with The Weeknd and Rihanna. Watch the track's video below.