Future's Unreleased Song 'Good Morning' Sounds A Lot Like Beyoncé's 'Drunk In Love'
25 March 2014, 12:38
Future's premiered an unreleased song, and it sounds very, very familiar.
Since hearing Future premiere his unreleased track 'Good Morning,' which sounds incredibly similar to Beyonce's 'Drunk In Love' everyone has been confused about the back story. Which came first?
On a recent appearance on a US talk show Future decided to clear things up for us.
"I demoed the song with the producer," he said. "I demoed it first for her to listen to. I guess she had done the record and she was saving the record and I had did another version, 'Good Morning' because we didn't know when she was going to put the album out. Then she put it out [in] December, after I was supposed to put my album out in November, it just pushed my song to the side."
Looks like Bey got in there first!
Following its premiere at South By Southwest less than a week ago, Future has dropped a studio version of that song that sounds a lot like Beyonce's 'Drunk In Love.'
According to Future 'Good Morning' was written alongside 'Drunk In Love' with the song's producer detail.
Listen to the full thing below and make your own mind up:
18th March 2014
Future treated fans to a performance of an unreleased song at South By Southwest on the weekend called 'Good Morning.' But mysteriously, the song sounds incredibly similar to Beyoncé and Jay Z's 'Drunk In Love.'
There's been a lot of speculation about how two such similar songs have come into play, with some people calling 'Good Morning' the original 'Drunk In Love,' and others saying that it samples the hit Beyoncé song.
But before his performance Future revealed that he was actually working on 'Drunk In Love' with the song's producer Noel 'Details' Fisher.
Listen to Future's 'Good Morning' above, and for comparison, Beyonce and Jay Z's 'Drunk In Love' below. (Warning: these songs contain strong language that some people may find offensive.)
"I was recording with this producer, he goes by the name of Detail" Future told the crowd. "We was working on 'Drunk In Love' and we started working on this other record at the same time and when 'Drunk In Love' came out it pushed this song to the side, at the same time it's one of my favourite records that didn't make the album."
It sounds like both songs, which share the lyric "we be all night," were written alongside each other, but Queen Bey was given the green light to release hers with Future's being knocked off his forthcoming sophomore album 'Honest.'