Future – Neva End Review
Future, the American rapper, seems to have some luck with the leading ladies of R&B. After collaborating with Rihanna, he has now teamed up with Kelly Rowland, who agreed to do several verses for the song ‘Neva End,’ the fifth single from his first CD ‘Pluto.’ The song is also included in the re-release of the album, dubbed as ‘Pluto 3D.’
The song did not originally feature Rowland. But its producers thought the remixed version would be bolstered by her appearance. They were right. The remix was used as the carrier single of the re-released version of the album. It is so refreshing and interesting to hear the two artists combine.
Not surprisingly, the track earned the raves from music critics. Most of them think the song suits the album. It is something that may help keep public interest on Future alive. Then came the commercial success. The song, upon its release, easily entered Billboard’s three charts: the Hot 100, the R&B/Hip Hop Songs, and the Rap Songs.
Fans hope the title of the song will describe Future’s career in the future. With better songs in the offing, his popularity will surely ‘never end.’