Future has released a new video featuring Kanye West today (April 29) – watch “Keep It Burnin” below.

West contributes verses to the new song, and he appears in the song’s dimly lit video with his face hidden.

The two rappers reflect on where they came from in the new Rick Nyce-directed video.

Cross me so much, I got nails in my hand,” West raps, while Future adds: “Seen too much violence, done seen too much death…Bodies on bodies, got a gang full of them/Raised by gangsters, prostitutes and pimps.”

Check out the new video here:

Future’s new album, I Never Liked You, was released today, and the song appears on it (April 29).

Drake, Young Thug, Tems, EST Gee, Gunna, and Kodak Black all make appearances on the new album.

You can listen to the entire album here:

Future’s new album is the follow-up to his 2020 album ‘High Off Life,’ which featured Drake, Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert, DaBaby, Meek Mill, Lil Baby, and others.

Future released his first solo single in nearly two years, ‘Worst Day,’ in February. It was accompanied by a music video in which American YouTuber and dating coach Kevin Samuels plays Future’s therapist, describing himself as a “professional image consultant.”

In the last two years, Future has worked on a number of collaborations. In 2020, he collaborated with Swae Lee on the Internet Money collective’s new song ‘Thrusting.’

Later that year, Future and Lil Uzi Vert released ‘Pluto x Baby Pluto,’ their collaborative album. DJ Esco executive produced the 16-track collection, which was released alongside a video directed by Hype Williams for album track ‘That’s It.’ A week later, the deluxe edition of the album was released.

In other news, Future will headline Rolling Loud Miami in July, alongside Kanye West (billed as Ye) and Kendrick Lamar. Tickets can be purchased here.