On Friday (May 29), the pair released another official remix to the song, with Future delivering both melodies and bars with his contribution. As the Future-less version is already currently sitting at No. 16 on the Billboard Hot 100, JHN could possibly now see a jump similar to Doja Cat’s recent No. 1 after Nicki Minaj jumped on her 2019 song “Say So” or Megan Thee Stallion’s No. 1 the following week after Beyonce jumped on her single “Savage.”
The 2016 version of the song was first featured on JHN’s 2018 album, Collection One. Over a year later in 2019, Imanbek remixed it and released it as a single and it ended up becoming an international hit – particularly thanks to TikTok. Over 4 million videos have been made to the song on the social network thus far.
Listen to Future’s remix of SAINt JHN’s “ROSES” up top.