Future unveils video for Kanye West collaboration, 'I Won' - watch

The clip is directed by Hype Williams

Future has revealed the video for his recent Kanye West collaboration, 'I Won'. You can watch it at the top of the page via Consequence Of Sound.

The black and white clip was directed by Hype Williams. The filmmaker and West, meanwhile, have been working together on the forthcoming 'Yeezus' film.

'I Won' will appear on Future's forthcoming album 'Honest', which also includes the Pharrell and Pusha T collaboration 'Move That Dope' as well as appearances from Drake, Wiz Khalifa, and Andre 3000. The album is released on April 21.

The 'Honest' tracklisting is as follows:

'Look Ahead?'
'T-Shirt?'
'Move That Dope' (feat. Pharrell, Pusha T and Casino?)
'My Momma' (feat. Wiz Khalifa)
'Honest'?
'I Won' (feat. Kanye West?)
'Never Satisfied' (feat. Drake?)
'I Be U?'
'Covered N Money'?
'Special' (feat. Young Scooter?)
'Benz Friendz (Whatchutola) (feat. Andre 3000?)
'Blood, Sweat, Tears'


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