Future and Rocko are no longer beefing.
While making a tour stop in Atlanta on Sunday (Sept. 22), Future surprised his hometown with multiple guest appearances including Lil Baby, 21 Savage and 2 Chainz. In addition to that, the 35-year-old rapper also surprised fans with an appearance from Rocko. The two performed their hit “Chosen One,” which released back in 2013.
As you may recall, six years ago, Rocko signed Future to his A1 Recordings label, where Future was expected to release six albums. In 2012, however, Fewtch signed a joint venture with Epic Records, which also included Future’s label, Freebandz Entertainment. Per Rocko, he was left out of the million-dollar advance that Future obtained, which is why he sued for $10 million. Future countersued and claimed that his deal with Rocko was never exclusive. Five years later, the two reached an agreement.
This isn’t the first time that members of the hip hop community have used the stage to publicly squash beef. In fact, Drake brought out Meek Mill during his “Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour” hinting that bygones were indeed bygones. Champagne Papi also did the same with Chris Brown.
Meek Mill and Future have seen a ton of success from their co-headlining tour. The 24-city trek has made stops in Atlanta, New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Michigan and more. While on the journey, the ATL native and Philly native have brought along the likes of Mustard, Megan Thee Stallion and YG.
Last month, Future ensured that the tour would be worthwhile especially for college students. The Freewishes Foundation, Future’s website, states that college students can enter to win the I’m a Dreamer Scholarship, which encompasses a $2,000 scholarship, two tickets to the once in a lifetime tour and an exclusive I’m a Dreamer sweatshirt.
Check out Future and Rocko perform “Chosen One” below.