Written by Neel Chudasama
American rock funk band, N.E.R.D. link up with Future for high-octane song 1000.
Earlier in November, the Pharell-led group dropped two upbeat songs from their forthcoming album No One Ever Really Dies. It has been a long hiatus for the group with their last release of music way back in 2010 when they produced the album Nothing.
“1000” uses the same bouncy ingredients as previous single, Lemon but at a staggeringly higher tempo. From the outset the two artists don’t give you a second to breathe with the pinching synth shaking you to the core.
When Future enters the song the beat calms allowing his heavily autotuned vocals to be heard, alluding to the thousands of guns he has and the amount he’s spending with the words :
The song has already seriously divided opinion on taste-making radio shows such as Mistajam’s drive time slot, with him ‘giving it another chance’ this week.
The fifth studio album from the group is set to be released on December 15th, until then listen to the song below: