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Future Unveils Apocalyptic ‘Posted With Demons’ Video

Future’s High Off Life project dropped back in May, and the rapper is still rolling out hits from the album.

On Tuesday (July 21), Future brought his fans into a post-apocalyptic world for his new “Posted With Demons” video.

“Came off the block, I was posted with demons / You ain’t did the s— I did,” he proclaims in the infectious hook as he walks among flamed-up streets, zombies, cop cars splattered in blood and more.

High Off Life marked Future’s seventh No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Previously, he hit No. 1 with Future HNDRXX Presents: The WIZRD (in 2019), HNDRXX, a self-titled album (both in 2017), Evol (2016), What a Time to Be Alive and DS2 (both in 2015).

Watch the “Posted With Demons” video below.

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