When Future wasn’t trying to settle baby mamma disputes, he earned two number one charting albums with Futureand Hndrxx

The first project he dropped featured “Mask Off” with standout flute-based production from Southside and inspired its own challenge. Even Dave East and Joey Bada$$ hopped on the instrumental themselves.

Now, Future Hendrix has something else to celebrate with the single reaching the #11 spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart shortly after it was certified gold.

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It’s his highest charting solo single ever, even as the Dungeon Family member has been featured on several Hot 100 tracks as a guest. His previous solo entries include “Low Life,” which hit the #18 slot and “Where Ya At,” which peaked at #28. Too bad Future hasn’t charted as high as his alleged doppelganger.

Check out some of the best flute playing inspired by the track below.