Because of the momentous occasion, Snake decided to make it extra special by bringing out Future, who's been on fire as of late. The ATL rapper performed a medley of tracks from his catalog, including "Fuck Up Some Commas" and "Mask Off," the latter a fan favorite from his self-titled album.
Future closed out his mini-set with "Jumpman" and, sans Drake, brought the multi-platinum single to life with his undeniable energy. Future begins his Nobody Safe Tour Tour in May, so this is a good example of what his fans can expect when he hits the road.
Watch video of Future and DJ Snake's performance above and check out Snake's full set at Ultra Music Festival below.
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