Future Performs “March Madness” With His Son at Atlanta Hawks Halftime Show
Fans at the Atlanta Hawks vs. Dallas Mavericks game on Wednesday night (Oct. 24) got a special treat during halftime. Instead of bringing out a contortionist or the local youth dance troupe to entertain the crowd during the break in the action, Future provided the halftime entertainment.
Hendrix performed his hit "March Madness" with the help of a group of a dancing kids wearing bright orange FBG sweatshirts. Also joining the ATL rapper was his son Future Jr. who bounced around happily during his pop's turnt performance. It was definitely lit, as noted by some in attendance. "Went to the #Hawks game and a @1future concert broke out. I’m not complaining either 🔥," one Twitter user captioned video of the performance.
Future may have performed an older cut but he definitely has new music on deck. Last week, he dropped the joint project with Juice Wrld titled Wrld on Drugs. The collab tape features Lil Wayne, Gunna, Nicki Minaj, Young Thug, Yung Bans and more, and was preceded by the lead single "Fine China."
The "Wifi Lit" rapper was rumored to be working on a new album that would have dropped before the highly-anticipated NickiHndrxx Tour. That tour ended up being canceled but Future is surely still sitting on some heat.
Check out video of Future performing "March Madness" with the help of his son at the Atlanta Hawks game below.
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