N.E.R.D are back and they’ve pulled Future along for the ride!
What their collaborative song is called? ‘1000.’
N.E.R.D and Columbia Records do not support or condone violence in any shape or form. We only have internet access.
Confused the above?
Well, hit the play button to find out why the band used this disclaimer to introduce the song’s provocative visual below…
The song appears on their forthcoming set ‘No One Ever Really Dies‘ which hits stores on December 15th with the full support of Rihanna, Ed Sheeran, MIA and Kendrick Lamar.
This #1000 @nerd video is so hard. This is how young minds get recalibrated. From a soft warm place, to a place of discomfort, where questions about the world need answers and action. Maybe folks will just feel the beat, or do the dance. But all that “rainbow angst” is bound to soak in…The riot footage. Tyson’s voiceover. @mettenarrative’s version of the S1W’s. I remember how “Fight The Power” and “Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos” soaked in. Art at its best is course correction, without you even knowing it. 👊 @pharrell @chadhugo shay @future @depurrrsia @phisqueezy @brokemogul @places_and_spaces
Champagne in the club costs thousands
We got gold by the bar, that’s thousands
Ferragamo belt will hit me for a even thousand
We can gamble right now, bet a thousand, shoot a thousand
Count the money up in all hundreds, all thousand
I’m too rich to talk if ya ain’t talking thousands