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Future and The Weeknd Deliver Dark and Moody ‘Low Life’ Video

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To celebrate the completion of his Purple Reign tour, Future released a new video for his celebratory track, “Low Life.” The Metro Boomin-produced song, which also features The Weeknd, is from the Atlanta rhymer’s mixtape, EVOL.

Directed by Zac Facts, the dark and moody visual features Abel and F. Hendrix in an abandon house surrounded by a bevy of gorgeous models as they boast about a night of debauchery that includes popping mollies, sexual trysts and turning a five-star hotel room into strip club. Elsewhere, we find the “Low Life” duo in the junkyard driving around in a monster vehicle that looks like it came from movie set of Mad Max: Fury Road.

Also, don’t blink or else you miss cameos from French Montana and Roc Nation signee Belly.

Earlier this month, Future and The Weeknd perform the single together on Saturday Night Live. The “Purple Reign” rapper also performed his anthemic 2015 track, “March Madness.”

Watch Future and The Weeknd rep the low life in their video above.

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