Most Popular Future Songs In Order - Updated 2023

Future returns the Top 40 on the US Spotify chart
Future returns the Top 40 on the US Spotify chart( Source : instagram )

Most popular Future song in order includes 1. Mask Off 2. Life Is Good 3. WAIT For U 4. pushin P and more. Rapper Future is known for mumble-styled vocals.

In the era of trap music, Future is a pioneer in using auto-tune and melody in modern hip-hop and trap music. The rapper has established himself in hip-hop by contributing his distinctive voice to top-charting singles by well-known musicians and, more recently, his original tunes.

He has achieved tremendous success in hip-hop and is currently a Grammy-winning rapper with numerous platinum singles. He is frequently regarded as one of the most prominent rappers of his generation due to the continued modern appeal of his musical style.

Future has already released nine studio albums. In 2022, he released his most recent album; I Never Liked You. Future is known as one of the best rappers alive because of his influential rap style and wise lyrics.


1. Mask Off

Mask Off is one of the best songs by American rapper Future. Mask Off was the fifth studio album released by Future.

The track was produced by Metro Boomin based on hip hop and was released in 2017. It was one of the highest chartings single by Future, ranking at number 5 on the US Billboard Hot 100. Also, Mask Off went popular in New Zealand, Denmark, Switzerland, Sweden, Canada, and France.

Mask Off was ranked in the top 10 charts of New Zealand, whereas it peaked at number 2 in France. The Recording Industry Association of America certified Mask Off as eight times platinum for crossing over the sales of 8 million units in the United States.

Many known artists, including Lamar, have performed live covers of the track Mask Off on every tour since the song's release. The official music video of Mask Off has crossed five hundred million views on Youtube.

2. Wait For U

Wait For U was another track based on R&B by Future, released on May 3, 2022. The song featured Canadian rapper Drake and Nigerian singer, Tems. 

Wait For U was produced by FnZ and ATL Jacob. The R&B song lyrically deliberates on occasional toxicity in a relationship. The song was ranked number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 becoming the second most-hit song by Future.

In the list of Global Billboard 200 list, the song peaked at number 44, whereas, in the list of UK Singles, it peaked at number 48. Not only in the USA, but the track was also famous worldwide, including in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, New Zealand, Netherlands, and more.

The song has sold over one million units in the United States and was one of the fastest collaborations to reach the milestone in 2022. The official music video for Wait For U has 65 million views on Youtube and has been streamed more than 40 million times.

3. Life Is Good

Life is Good is a trap-based song featuring Canadian rapper Drake, released on January 10, 2020.

The song was the third single from the studio album High Off Life, produced by Ambezza, D. Hill, and OZ. Life is Good peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 and was the first song to hold that position for the first eight weeks. It was also the highest-charting song by Future as a lead artist.

Life is Good was famous in the US and Australia, Belgium, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Finland, and more countries. 

In the United States, the song sold over 9 million units by March 2021 and over 10 million units by November. Also, the RIAA certified the track as a diamond on November 22, 2021. 

The music video was shot in the location of Mcdonald's in Atlanta. The video has reached 2 billion views on Youtube as of now. 

4. Low Life

Low Life is a trap and hip-hop-based song by Future released on March 1, 2016.

Future wrote the song in collaboration with the Weekend, Ben Billions, Metro Boomin, and DaHeala, and it was produced by the latter four. The song was ranked number 52 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week of February.

The first week's sales of the chart debut were 60,588 copies. The song had sold 247,300 copies in the United States by April 23, 2016. Also, it was certified as Seven Platinum by the RIAA. 

The official music video premiered on March 25, 2016, on Youtube, and it crossed over 700 million views in 2022. Moreover, Belly and French Montana made cameo appearances in the music video. As of now, it has 755 million views.

5. Drankin n Smokin

Drankin n Smokin is a trap-based song in collaboration with Pluto x Baby Pluto. The song was released on November 13, 2020.

The track was produced by DY Krazy, Hagan, and 12Hunna and it was ranked number 31 on the Billboard Hot 100. Also, it was certified Gold by RIAA.

Drankin n Smokin went widespread in the US and Canada. The song ranked 87 on the Canadian Hot 100. The certified units sold off the track were 500,000.

The official music video of Drankin n Smokin was directed by DJ Esco and Sam Lecca featuring Lil Duval and rapper Freebandz. The music video was released on January 7, 2021. Currently, it has 50 million views on Youtube with plenty of positive comments.

6. Where Ya At

Where Ya At is a song in the trap genre featuring Canadian rapper Drake. The song was produced by Metro Boomin.

Where Ya At was released on July 17, 2015, as the second song by Future from his studio album, DS2. The song peaked at number 68 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and aided with the first week's digital download sales of 37,000.

Later, the song reached number 28 on the same list of the US Billboard, becoming the first top 30 singles by Future. RIAA certified the song as double platinum for sales of around 4 million copies in the US. It has also ranked in the peak positions of Canada and France, along with the United States.

The official music video on Youtube was released on August 20, 2015, and was directed by Rick Nyce. The video was released on the Vevo channel of Future and it crossed over 300 million views on Youtube. Netizens are still watching it, and the comment section is flooded with positive reviews.

7. 712PM

712PM is a hip-hop-based rap by Future released on November 29, 2022.

In the song, Future plays the role of a drug dealer and celebrates the good life while flaunting his wealth and pricey jewels. Although this is probably rap bravado, Future suggests that the root of his money is not his music but his history of drug selling.

According to the RYM ratings, the song was rated 3.5 out of 5 and had globally ranked 1302 in 2022. The music video that Travis Scott directed has crossed over 5 million views, whereas the official audio amassed 10 million views. 

8. Turn On The Lights

Turn On the Lights is the fourth single by Future from his debut album, Pluto. The song was released on April 13, 2012.

The track peaked at number 2 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and number 50 on the US Billboard Hot 100. It was one of the most successful singles by Future and was also listed as one of the best 50 songs in 2012.

The RIAA certified the song Platinum after sales of over one million digital copies in the United States in April 2015. The official music video has amassed 156 million views on Youtube and it is loved by the youth. 

9. March Madness

March Madness is a trap-based song released on August 31, 2015. The track was produced by Tarentino.

The song was the lead single of Future's mixtape 56 Nights and it was certified Platinum by the RIAA in 2017 for sales of over 1 million digital copies in the United States. It was ranked as one of the top 100 songs by Billboard.

According to the chart of 2015, March Madness peaked at number 8 in the US Hot 100 Singles and peaked at number 35 in the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. The sales made by the song are around 2 million after selling millions of digital copies.

The official music video for the track was directed by Vincent Lau and premiered on March 13, 2015. It crossed more than 6 million views on Youtube and the fans commented that they get chills every time the beat starts.

10. Fine China

Fine China is a lead single song by Future in collaboration with Juice Wrld. The song was released on October 15, 2018 by the pair of Future and Juice Wrld.

Like many other songs by Future, Fine China is also a trap song produced by Wheezy, Psymun, and SinGrinch. The composition of the track is a poppy trap song with an upbeat instrumental track and vocals by Juice.

The song peaked at number 26 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at number 55 on the UK Singles List. The track sold around 3 million copies in the US and it made good sales in UK and Canada.

Future and Juice Wrld did not release any music videos for this song. However, the pair released the official audio song which has reached 58 million views on Youtube.

11. I'm on One

I'm on One is a track from his ninth studio album I Never Liked You produced by Torey Montana. 

The song featured Drake and was released on April 29, 2022. The composition of the music shows Future and Drake rapping about giving themselves up to their opulence involving lifestyle drugs. The lyrics deeply mean that he has gone too far on whatever substance he took and is letting loose to the max.

In the Billboard of Global 200, the song ranked 17 whereas it ranked 11 in the US Billboard Hot 100. Also, it has acquired peak positions in Australia and Canada.

Future has released the audio on his official Youtube channel which has reached 19 million views. The music video was also released but on another channel and it crossed over one million views.

12. Solo

Solo is an R&B and Avant pop mix that was released on February 24, 2017. The song features Rihanna, The Weekend, Nicki Minaj, and Chris Brown as guest appearances.

The song was supported by four singles and the album received many positive reviews. Solo peaked at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and Future was the first artist to release two Billboard chart-topping albums consecutively. It sold 121,000 album units of which 48 thousand were pure album sales. In the mid of 2017, the album moved 435 thousand album units.

Solo received many positive ratings and reviews. According to Metacritic, the album received an average score of 78 out of 100.

The audio of the track was released on Youtube five years back, and it has reached 15 million views as of now.

13. Love You Better

Love You Better is a composition of a breakup song composed by Future. The song was released on July 26, 2022.

Future dedicated this song to his former lover, and every lyric deliberates to hope you can find someone to love you better than I did. The song was apologetic as well as manipulating to feel sorry for him.

Love You Better was ranked 12 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at number 23 on the Global Billboard 200. The official music video was released on July 21 and it has crossed more than 9 million views on Youtube with lots of positive comments.

14. First Off

First Off is a Future song featuring Travis Scott produced by ATL Jacob. The track was released on February 12, 2019.

The song was the final single of the seventh studio album, The Wizrd. It ranked number 47 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and ranked 78 in the UK Singles. Not only in the US and UK, but First Off also peaked at number 39 in Canadian Hot 100.

The RIAA certified the song as Platinum after the sales of one million digital copies in the United States. The official audio of the song was released on the Youtube channel of Future which has reached 11 million views. The music video featuring Travis Scott was released a year ago.

15. Crushed Up

Crushed Up was released on January 9, 2019, as the lead single from the studio album, The Wizrd. 

Future discusses his luxurious lifestyle through this song regarding diamonds and jewelry. It was produced by Wheezy Matt Cap and Ricky Racks. The song has received positive reviews and fans liked the concept. 

The song was ranked number 71 on the Billboard list of the 100 Best Songs of 2019. After selling around one million copies, the RIAA certified the song as Platinum. The music video was uploaded on January 3 and was directed by Spike Jordan and Sebastian Sduigui. It has reached 26 million views on Youtube, as of now. 

16. Wicked

Wicked is a hip-hop rap released on April 13, 2016. The song was produced by Metro Boomin and Southside featuring Rayan.

The song was ranked number 73 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and later reached 41 on the chart. Also, it was ranked number 35 on US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. Like most other songs by Future, Wicked also received Platinum by RIAA after the sales of one million copies of the song.

Future performed this song on June 26, 2016, at the BET Awards. He also performed it on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The music video was released on September 1, 2016, on Youtube and now it has reached 39 million views.

17. Keep It Burnin

Keep It Burnin is a trap song featuring American rapper Kanye West, released on April 29, 2022.

The song was the first release of the ninth studio album of Future, I Never Liked You, and officially released on May 6, 2022. It was produced by ATL Jacob. The lyrics deliberate about Kanye and his divorce from Kim Kardashian and also reference her lack of support for his campaign. 

According to US Billboard Hot 100, the song was ranked number 15 and ranked 26 on the global 200 Billboard. Moreover, the song peaked at 33 on Canadian Hot 100.

The official music video was shot under a circular spotlight in a warehouse and was directed by Rick Nyce. The video reached 8 million views on Youtube.

18. Comin Out Strong

Comin Out Strong is a rap song featuring Canadian singer The Weekend. The track was released on February 24, 2017.

High Klassified and Cirkut produced the song and it was co-written by Kevin Vincent, Noel Fisher, Henry Walter, and more artists. The song was ranked 48 on the Billboards Hot 100 on March 18, 2017, and it was also certified Platinum after selling equivalent units of one million in the United States.

The music video was released on June 5, 2017, exclusively to Apple Music. The video was shot in Lower Bay Station in Canada. Comin Out Strong has amassed the views of around 8 million on Youtube.

19. Draco

Draco was the hip-hop and cloud rap released on February 21, 2017. The song was produced by DJ Spinz and written by Nayvadius Wilburn.

The song debuted and ranked 46 on the US Billboard Hot 100 after a week after its release. It is also the second-highest charting song which was certified Platinum for combined sales and streaming units of one million in the US.

Not only in the US but the song has also peaked a position 62 on the Canadian Hot 100. Draco has crossed over 70 million views on Youtube, and the music always remains the same as people are still listening to it.

20. Trillionaire

Trillionaire is a song by Future in collaboration with YoungBoy Never Broke Again. The trap-based song was released on May 26, 2020.

The composition of Trillionaire is about the perseverance of social mobility and the hardships they face on the way. The song is ranked 34 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and ranked 85 on the UK Singles. 

The music video was not shot and Future released the audio song of Trillionaire which amassed 16 million views on Youtube.

21. Selfish

Selfish is a pop song from his sixth studio album which was released on February 28, 2017, featuring Barbadian singer Rihanna. 

The song was a composition from R&B and pop music genres with a set of auto-tune along with the voice of Future. This song also crossed over one million sales of digital copies like most of the Future's songs. 

Selfish was a big hit not only in the US but also in many other countries like Australia, Canada, Belgium, France, New Zealand, Portugal, and more. The official music video featuring Rihanna crossed over one million views on Youtube. The audio song amassed 4.8 million views.

22. Puffin on Zootiez

Puffin on Zootiez was the composition of a rise from poverty to fame while rappers were being criticized. 

The song was produced by Nils, Too Dope, and TM88 and released on April 29, 2022. The music video was released on June 2, directed by Nick Walker. It received positive reviews from critics as one of the finest songs by Future.

The official music video has amassed the views of 24 million just in seven months, and fans are showering their love on the song in the comments.

23. Used to This

Used to This is a song by Future featuring rapper Drake as a guest appearance. The song was released on November 4, 2016.

In the weekly chart performance of Used to This, it has been ranked 14 on the US Billboard Hot 100 but could not hold onto that position by the end of the year. In 2017, it was ranked 62 on US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. 

Used to This also succeeded in earning a platinum certification from RIAA by selling more than one million digital copies in the United States. The music video was released on the official account of Future, with Drake representing the national women's football team of Mexico. The video amassed millions of views due to the football craze. 

24. Perkys Calling

Perkys Calling is a standout track by Future following the drug-induced deaths of Mac Miller and Lil Peep. The song was released in the 2016 purple reign mixtape.

Perkys Calling feels like an era-defining song, a road map to all that we are and everything that we need to escape from. With an entire generation of rappers seemingly unable to kick deadly addictions to Xanax and Lean, the song feels like a time marker.

According to RYM ratings, it was rated 3.10 out of 5 per 2022 reviews. The song was ranked 40 on Billboard in 2016, and overall it was ranked 543. The official audio song amassed 69 million views, whereas the music video reached one million views on Youtube.

25. Jumpman

Jumpman is a hip-hop song featuring rapper Drake in their collaborative mixtape. The song was released on November 10, 2015.

Jumpman is a hip-hop and trap-based song produced by Metro Boomin. It was labeled A1, Epic, Cash Money, Freebandz, Republic, and Young Money. The track was on the list of Top 20 in the Billboard 100, and it is notable for its raven sound effect in the beat.

The song peaked at number 12 on the US Billboard Hot 100 list in November 2015, and it sold 824,000 copies by March 2016 in the United States. Also, the song peaked at number 58 on the UK Singles Chart and was certified gold after the sales of 4 lakh copies in the United Kingdom.

Apart from US and UK, the song was a big hit in Australia, Belgium, France, Ireland, New Zealand, and more countries. The official audio song crossed over 2 million views on Youtube, whereas the music video featuring Drake has crossed 25 thousand views so far.

Songs Future Wrote For Other Artists

Songs Future Wrote For Other Artists includes 1. Blueberry Yum Yum by Ludacris 2. Paranoid by French Montana 3. My Darlin' by Miley Cyrus.

Some popular songs are as follows:

  • Blueberry Yum Yum by Ludacris
  • Racks by YC
  • Paranoid by French Montana
  • My Darlin' by Miley Cyrus
  • Drunk In Love by Beyonce
  • Body Party by Ciara
  • New Nu by Keyshia Cole
  • What's Hatnin' by Justin Bieber
  • Feel No Ways by Drake
  • 44 More by Logic
  • Facts by Kanye West
  • Tell Your Friends by The Weeknd

Future Albums In Order By Year

Future Albums In Order By Year include 1. Pluto 2. Honest 3. DS2 and more. The rapper has released 9 studio albums so far.

Album Name:Release Date:
PlutoApril 17, 2012
HonestApril 22, 2014
DS2July 17, 2015
EvolFebruary 6, 2016
FutureFebruary 17, 2017
HndrxxFebruary 24, 2017
The WizrdJanuary 18, 2019
High Off LifeMay 15, 2020
I Never Liked YouApril 29, 2022

The rapper has also released a collaborative album called Pluto x Baby Pluto with Lil Uzi Vert on November 13, 2020.

Some FAQs

How Many Albums Does Future Have?

Future has released 9 studio albums as of 2023. His most recent album, I Never Liked You, was released on April 29, 2022.

Has Future Had A #1 Song?

Yes, Future has one #1 song. It is Wait For U featuring Drake that went #1 on May 14, 2022.

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