When Future‘s highly anticipated Honest album hit stores in the spring, one of the biggest collaborations — between Drake and Future — was strangely cut short, fading out before the two minute mark. Yesterday, Mike Will Made It, who produced the track, put the full version on SoundCloud, so you can hear it below.
In an interview around the time of his album release, Elliott Wilson asked Future about “Never Satisfied.” “You got this ‘Never Satisfied’ record, but everyone’s not satisfied, they’re mad that that record’s so short! Why’s is so short?” (Watch below around the 13-minute mark.)
According to Future, “When we did ‘Never Satisfied’ we did ‘Good Kush and Alcohol’ and I ended up giving that to [Lil] Wayne [who took it No. 9 on the Hot 100 as “Love Me”] and I was like, I’m gonna save ‘Never Satisfied’ for myself. Me and Drake we did four records that night. We actually finished the whole entire song. But then we went on tour at the beginning of the year and I was about to turn my album in he was like, ‘Man I wanna save my verse, I don’t like my verse.’ I was just like man, I couldn’t do nothing about it.”
That’s an odd complaint from Drake, who recently released three unfinished songs on SoundCloud because he said hackers got their hands on the tracks.
That wasn’t an EP. Just 3 songs that I knew some hackers had. But enjoy! Back to this album.
— Drizzy (@Drake) October 25, 2014
In his “Never Satisfied” verse, Drake suggests that he should start a group with Future inspired by K-Ci and JoJo. Coincidentally, K-Ci and JoJo started out in Jodeci, who Drake actually sampled for on of those new SoundCloud tracks, “How Bout Now.”