Previous collaborators Kelly Rowland and Future weirdly sing the chorus at the same damn time on a new remix of "Neva End," the melancholy lament from his album Pluto. Kelly gets a bit of solo time, too, but her new second verse erases Future's original Butterfly, butterfly/ When you gon ever leave? and transitions awkwardly into the bridge that follows. The re-packaged track, likely to be pushed as a single following the recent success of "Turn On The Lights," another top-notch outer-space ballad produced by Mike Will, will appear on an upcoming deluxe edition of Pluto. "PLUTO 3D Album Coming This Winter!," it says on Soundcloud, suggesting that Future's promised double mixtape, Super Future/ Fire Marshall Future may not drop next week as planned.
Stream: Future f. Kelly Rowland, "Neva End (Remix)" (Prod. by Mike Will Made It)