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Future Didn’t Want Features On DS2 So, How Did Drake End Up On It?

Here's why 'Where Ya At' was 'meant to happen.'

When Future was crafting DS2, the Georgia-based artist wanted to stand alone.

That's because the original plan was to make an album without any guests. "I didn't want to go back into the whole thing of asking somebody to get on the album," he explained in part 1 of a DS2 breakdown on his YouTube page. "I wanted everybody to feel positive energy and let the album be about the music and it wasn’t about features."

The one exception Future and his camp discussed was Drake. If there was going to be a guest on the LP, it would be the 6 God on "Where Ya At." Still, Future went on making the project without any other acts rapping on his tracks. Then, the phone rang.

"Drake called me," he explained. "He was like, ‘You turn the album in yet?’ I was like, ‘Nah.’ Organically, it just happened, I feel like. It was just meant to happen."

This video isn't only about "Where Ya At." It also features breakdowns of "Thought It Was A Drought" and "I Serve That Base."

Just last month, Future got deeply personal while discussing his Ciara relationship with his "Like I Never Left" documentary.

DS2 is out now. You can listen to the project here.