Here’s The 1976 Sample Metro Boomin Used For Future’s “Mask Off” Single

“Percocet , Molly, Percocet,” Future raps on the Metro Boomin-produced Mask Off single from Future’s self titled album. The track definitely one of the hottest tunes on the radio and in the clubs at the moment. Part of the track’s success stems from the infectious flute used in the instrumental sampled by Metro Boomin from Tommy Butler’s 1976 release Prison Song. The Prison Song track lived on Tommy Butler’s The Selma Album which was a musical tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr. The pitch on Future’s Mask Off is altered though the tempo remains the same. This was very genius use of a simple sample for a contagious single. Check out the sample below along with Future’s Mask Off: