Futuristic Shares New Single “Somethin Real” Featuring Kira Kosarin & Sik World

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Independent hip-hop sensation, FUTURISTIC, ignites his own brand of “March Madness” and drops his latest single, “Somethin Real,” featuring Kira Kosarin & Sik World today.

The banger highlights his most impressive wordplay and rapid rhyming to date this year. He volleys between visceral verses as superstar Kira Kosarin and Sik World deliver dynamic cameos as well. Everything builds towards another hard-hitting hook.

“Somethin Real” arrives on the heels of this month’s “Fire,” which continues to burn bright. He’s got more music on the way though. Stay tuned.

In January, FUTURISTIC delivered a show-stopping performance of “Feel Me” at Power 106’s #onthe8thfloor. “Fire” fuels the momentum established by a series of scorching singles, including “Hibachi,” “Main Homie” and “That’s That.” This recent output has already tallied over one million cumulative streams and counting.

Stay tuned for a bevy of new bangers from Futuristic in 2019 as he will drop a new song on the 1st and 15th of every month this year!

About Futuristic
We remember the innovators.

By rejecting the status quo, their focus, fearlessness, and fire fan the flames of change, opening up a path for others to follow in the wake. Rather than stick to the rules or adhere to the trends, Futuristic sets a precedent of his own in terms of both creativity and delivery. The Illinois-born and Tempe-based rapper and independent phenomenon not only ushers his vision into uncharted waters by rapping over beats composed on household items, but he also rewrites the release structure itself, unveiling two songs per month on the first and the fifteenth of every month throughout 2019.

“Different” defines the rise of Futuristic as an impressive and inimitable independent hip-hop trailblazer. Upholding a steady stream of releases highlighted by 2015’s breakout The Rise, 2017’s Blessings, and last year’s Songs About Girls EP, he has delivered a bevy of fan favorites. “The Greatest” clocked over 30 million Spotify streams as “I Guess I’ll Smoke” [feat. Dizzy Wright and Layzie Bone] and “Epiphany” [feat. NF] both surpassed the 20 million-mark. Not to mention, he averages over 1 million monthly listeners on the platform. A rare talent who’s just as at home going bar-for-bar with Tech N9ne as he is alongside A Great Big World, his adaptability proves just as impressive as his knack for a hook. That continues on his latest undertaking and forthcoming flurry of songs. Teaming up with producer Boy Lord, he dramatically widened the scope of his style by incorporating everything from horns and guitars to orchestra.