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Future Performs “Love You Better” On Jimmy Kimmel, Travis Scott Serves As Creative Director

Future’s still riding high off of the release of I Never Liked You. “WAIT FOR U” was easily one of the songs that soundtracked summer ’22, but the whole album produced some significant moments.

“LOVE YOU BETTER” gained significant traction over the past few months, as well. Last night, Future hit Jimmy Kimmel with a performance of the single, though it wasn’t your average late-night performance. With Travis Scott as the creative director, Fewtch’s performance began as if it were an interview before Future gets lost in a daze.

“So, how is the future, relatively speaking?” asks Kimmel as Future sat down. “Man, I be driftin’ off sometimes,” Future responds as the lights dim and the instrumental strikes.

The camera, then, goes backstage to where a woman is calling for the rapper in his green room, discovering flowers with a letter that reads, “I NEVER LIKED U.” After he performs the record, the woman storms Kimmel’s stage, throwing the letter and dragging Future off the set.

MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA – JULY 23: (L-R) Future and Travis Scott perform onstage during day two of Rolling Loud Miami 2022 at Hard Rock Stadium on July 23, 2022 in Miami Gardens, Florida. This marked Scott’s first major festival appearance since the Astroworld tragedy in 2021.(Photo by Jason Koerner/Getty Images)

Future and Travis Scott have a tight relationship going back years, though it seems their musical bond’s gotten stronger recently. The two teamed up on Southside’s “Hold That Heat,” while the former later brought the latter out at Rolling Loud.

Check out the performance of Future’s “LOVE YOU BETTER” below and let us know your thoughts in the comment section.

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