Future & Lil Durk Address the Women Who Want Their 'Last Name' on New Track: Listen

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Future performs at Meek Mill & Future in Concert at The Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood on Sept. 22, 2019 in Atlanta. 

Future and Lil Durk have linked up for another collab with the DY Krazy-produced "Last Name," which dropped on Friday (Nov. 15). The track finds Hendrix grappling with paternity issues and women who only want to use him to have kids and receive a check. 

"Brokenhearted, f--k my b---h every night/ I don't know her name, she wanna have my child/ Laughin' to the bank, got me runnin' wild/ Numbed to the pain, so I keep a smile," Future raspily warbles.

Durk echoes a similar sentiment to his brother Pluto, as he shares that the clout chasing society we're living in has pushed him to become more antisocial. "Sometimes I get in my feelings, too, I wish I wore a Trojan/ They tryna go viral off of DMs, that's why I'm antisocial/ I'm just tryna teach the killers not to use emotion/ I got a whole b---h, don't think about my old b---h/ I'm just tryna live my life and catch this moment," Durkio rhymes.