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56 Nights

56 Nights
Mixtape by Future
Released March 21, 2015 (March 21, 2015)
Recorded 2015
Genre Hip hop
Length 28:46
Label Freebandz
Future chronology
Beast Mode
56 Nights
Singles from 56 Nights
  1. "March Madness"
    Released: March 14, 2015

56 Nights is a mixtape by American rapper Future. It was released on March 21, 2015. Along with Monster and Beast Mode, it is considered one of "a trilogy of album-quality mixtapes" that Future released following Honest.[1][2] The mixtape is entirely produced by members of 808 Mafia, particularly Southside.


In 2014, DJ Esco was sentenced to jail for 56 days for possessing 15 grams of marijuana in Dubai. Future and DJ Esco were inspired to release the mixtape after the producer was released from prison.[3]

Track listing

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Free At Last"   Southside 1:21
2. "Never Gon' Lose"  
  • Southside
  • DY
3. "Purple Coming In"   Southside 4:23
4. "Diamonds from Africa"   Southside 2:46
5. "Now"   Southside 2:42
6. "No Compadre"   Southside 3:33
7. "March Madness"   Tarentino 4:42
8. "Trap Niggas"   Southside 2:55
9. "Da Fam on da Gram" (skit) Southside 1:22
10. "56 Nights"   Southside 3:55
Total length:


  1. ^ "Future: Dirty Sprite 2".  
  2. ^ "#FutureHive, Assemble: Future Announces Monster vs. Beast Mode Tour".  
  3. ^ Read the Story on the 56-Day Incarceration of Future’s DJ in Dubai |accessdate=March 22, 2015
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