March madness is upon us, and Future brought that to the stage of Saturday Night Live. In between dates on his “Purple Reign” tour with Ty Dolla $ign, Future made his “Saturday Night Live” debut this past weekend. The Dirty Sprite 2 rapper served up a double dose of performances, starting with “Low Life,” guest starring Toronto’s The Weeknd.
Rocking a fur-lined parka, Future took the stage before being joined by “SNL” alum The Weeknd for the first live performance of their Metro Boomin-produced collaboration off Future’s chart-topping album EVOL. (below)
Not only did Future make a grand debut to the SNl stage performing with a Grammy-award winning artist in The Weeknd, he also performned a joint skit if host Jonah Hill on “WATTBA” single “Jumpman,” and a final performance of “56 Nights” single “March Madness.” You can catch both clips below:
“March Madness” performance:
“Jumpman” skit with Jonah Hill, host of SNL: