Crushed Up

Album: The WIZRD (2019)
Charted: 43

Songfacts®:

  • Future is never shy of letting everyone know about his luxury habits. On this Auto-Tune-stacked cut he talks about his affinity for bust-down watches.

    Diamonds in the face crushed up, I can see it

    A bust-down watch is a high-end one that is covered in diamonds. Future loves the fact that even the face of his wristwear has crushed up rocks.
  • Propelled by icy 808s and glimmering keys, Wheezy's production is perfect for Future's woozy diamond-themed rhymes. Wheezy, who is also a frequent collaborator with Young Thug and Lil Baby, produced the majority of the tracks on the ATL trap legend's collaborative mixtape with Juice Wrld, Wrld on Drugs.
  • Future has a large collection of watches. He told Genius his first bust-down was a gold Rolex, which is "everybody's dream." He thinks he bought it after his 2011 mixtape, Dirty Sprite.

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