Future has teamed up with Chris Brown to release his new song and new music video for his song "Pie." Future's release of "Pie" followed the 33-year-old rapper's performance at the BET Awards on June 25. At the BET Awards, Future performed the "Mask Off" remix with Kendrick Lamar. Whereas, Brown, too, performed at the BET Awards this year; however, he opted to perform "Privacy" and "Party" with Gucci Mane.
Along with being able to watch the music video for the song, "Pie" is currently available on iTunes for purchase. The premiering of "Pie" shortly follows the rapper's announcement of his own-line of Emojis. The personal Future emojis are titled "Futuremoji" and are currently available in the Apple app store. According to the press release for the announcement of the emojis, Future is aspiring to take charge and play an instrumental role in “AppMoji’s effort to expand the universal language style emojis worldwide.” Other artists, including the likes of Justin Bieber and Fetty Wap, have no shied away from branching out into the customized emoji world. Within Future’s pack, the emojis will include “emoji and .GIF caricatures,” of which aim to depict Future’s real life. Of which, the emojis include illustrating Future “securing oversized bags of money” and “traveling on private jets.”
In addition to the new music video and emojis line, Future recently announced the extension of his "Nobody Safe" tour, with his "Future Hndrxx" tour. Fans can purchase tickets to the "Nobody Safe" tour extension at The T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas right here on AXS.