Future and baby Future turn up during the Atlanta Hawks vs. Mavericks game.
Future's been pretty busy these days. The ATL rapper's continued his prolific run in the rap game by curating the SuperFly soundtrack, dropping Beast Mode 2, and more recently, linking up with Juice WRLD for their collaborative project WRLD On Drugs which dropped last week. While promoting his projects, the rapper had an adorable father-son moment with Future Jr. during the Hawks vs. Mavericks game last night.
Future held down the halftime show during the Hawks vs. Mavericks game last night with a performance of his anthem, "March Madness." While the rapper was joined by a group of dancing children, the rapper brought out his son Baby Future. The rapper held down his duties while Future Jr. followed his dad, dancing along to the 56 Nights cut.
Future may have been working relentlessly this year on three separate projects, but he did reveal that he had an album on the way as well. Before Nicki Minaj postponed her co-headling tour with the "31 DAYS" rapper, there were speculations that Future had a new album on the way. Additionally, he also hinted at dropping a mixtape before his album ahead of the release of Beast Mode 2. It's unsure if he'll be dropping a new album before the end of the year, but it wouldn't be surprising.
Peep the footage of Future and his son performing "March Madness" below.