It’s safe to say that rapper Future has officially made it as he served as the musical guest on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend. Future took the SNL stage to perform his hit song, “Jumpman” off his What a Time to Be Alive mixtape. However, what really made the performance extra turnt was actor Jonah Hill doing his best Drake impression and rapping Drizzy’s verse. Jonah knew every lyric of the song, making the performance absolutely hilarious.
Jonah said he was originally going to have Drake and Future open the show, but since Drake couldn’t make it, he gladly took his place. Not only did Future perform “Jumpman,” but he also brought out surprise guest The Weekend to perform “Low Life,” fom his newest project, EVOL. This performance marks the fourth time Jonah has hosted “Saturday Night Live,” the first time being in 2008. The show also marked as Future’s very first time on the SNL stage, a huge showcase for the rapper. With two mixtapes, two albums and a collaborative project with Drake, all in the past year, Future definitely has a bunch of songs to choose from when pleasing a crowd. So of course, he closed the show with “March Madness.”
Take a look at Future and Jonah performing “Jumpman” below!
Written by Rahkiya Brown