Future has collaborated with Gucci Mane, Drake, Miley Cyrus and Kanye West in the past, and even raised plenty of eyebrows when he appeared alongside Australia’s own Kerser on ‘Total Concentration’ a few weeks ago. However, this latest collaboration just might be his most random yet. Starring in an advertisement for clothing giant GAP, the Southern strip club enthusiast ends up singing a duet with pop legend Cher, covering Sly & the Family Stone’s 1969 track ‘Everyday People.’
Cher hits all the notes while Future adds some auto-tuned ad-libs, with the unlikely pairing churning out a quick 30-second segment of the famed single. Additionally, Cher had no idea who Future was before the duet.
“I didn’t know who Future was before this, but I knew it would be so fun to work with someone who is completely unlike me, and who is young, really talented and striving,” Cher said in an interview with Evening Standard. In a separate interview with People, Future called Cher “a true performer and a legend.”
The mutual love is enough to have you feeling warm and fuzzy – watch the short ‘Everyday People’ duet below, and catch Future as Listen Out dates across the country: