Watch Future Drift and Spin Donuts in "St. Lucia" Visuals

Directed by Enfants Riches Déprimés founder Henri Alexander Levy.

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After releasing the somewhat surprise album Save Me at the start of the month, Future keeps on gifting fans with projects based off the EP.

This time around Future has shared visuals for his “St. Lucia” track which sees the rapper drifting and spinning donuts with fast cars and monster trucks, while beautiful women bob around to the single. “St. Lucia” is said to be inspired by the rapper’s visit to the island where he over-indulged in the party lifestyle and what his fame and money could bring him. It’s also a track of self-reflection and thinking of giving up the lifestyle he’s been living.

Directed by Enfants Riches Déprimés founder Henri Alexander Levy, “St. Lucia” is the fourth single off of Save Me to get visuals. The MV follows “XanaX Damage,” “Government Official” and “Love Thy Enemies.” Check out “St. Lucia” above.

In related news, Future’s Save Me debuted at No. 5 on Billboard 200.

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