Kelly Rowland Joins Future on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ to Perform ‘Neva End’
Kelly Rowland and Future made an appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' Tuesday night (Nov. 27) to perform the rapper's latest single, 'Neva End.'
The Atlanta-based rapper included the 31-year-old singer on the remix of his song, which is featured on his new re-release 'Pluto 3D.' The duo seemed to be having a ball under the spotlights, performing like old friends. Future donned a red and black ensemble, complete with sunglasses and a skull cap, while Rowland wore sparkling pants and bared her midriff under a leather jacket.
Future and Rowland just released a music video for their track, which shows the two artists separately longing for each other. By the end, though, they are reunited for the chorus of the song.
'Pluto 3D,' the repackaging of Future's debut album, was released on Nov. 27 and includes three new songs and two remixes. He is expected to release a mixtape called 'Super Future' some time in the near, well, future, and will drop his sophomore album next year.