Kendrick Lamar and Future just dropped a new remix of the latter's "Mask Off" hip-hop track off of his self-titled 2017 album. Lamar laid down some intense verses within the catchy track during the recently held Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. The particular song is Future's most successful single, reaching the fifth spot on the Billboard Hot 100 countdown.

Double trouble

Lamar's performance at Coachella was one of the highlights of the event as he riled up the crowd with intense hip-hop beats along with other hip-hop artists including Travis Scott, Future, and Schoolboy Q. The

The Compton-born rapper hit the stage with songs like "DNA" and "Goosebumps," which was then followed by some of his well-known tracks such as "Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe." In a big surprise to fans, Future, whose real name is Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn, crashed Lamar's performance to sing his own track, "Mask Off."

Dropping rhymes

In the middle of Future's performance, Lamar effortlessly dropped some of his own lyrics on the flute-laced beats.

The rapper opens up casually with tight boasts, easing his way into the track. This was then followed by a head-spinning flow containing powerful proclamations and defiant lyrics. The performance itself stirred up the crowd, which was then escalated by the song "Humble" that followed shortly after.

Continued success

Lamar recently released his fourth album, titled "Damn," which immediately topped the Billboard album charts. Amazingly, all of the tracks on Lamar's album have placed within the Hot 100 charts. The rapper's most popular single from the new album is his track called "Humble."

The song is officially the rapper's first Number One. The Grammy Award-winning rapper previously earned his place at the Number One spot, but it was through his verses on the remix track for Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood."

As for Future's career, the rapper is currently touring the country to promote his self-titled album and his "Hndrxx" album.

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The rapper released two albums in the span of a few weeks, with both albums hitting the Billboard 200.

Future is also slowly making waves in the hip-hop scene, and his most recent collaboration with Lamar will only serve to get his music heard. Future has released a total of six studio albums and a number of mixtapes including "Beast Mode" in 2015 and a collaboration with Drake called "What a Time to Be Alive," also in the same year.