Shortly after dropping his Free Bricks 2K16 project with Gucci Mane, Future announced that his fourth annual Golden Wishes Gala will take place on Saturday, Nov. 19 in Atlanta, Ga.

The yearly event celebrates senior citizens and gives them a day full of music with a live band and a DJ. They'll also be served a Thanksgiving styled meal, and two seniors will be honored and receive special praise for their work in the community.

Meanwhile, Future can mark another accomplishment off his musical bucket list, because his Drake-assisted song "Used To This" entered No. 14 on Billboard's Hot 100 charts, making it his highest debut yet. Plus, so far, his Free Bricks 2: Zone release has been pretty well-received, and both he and Gucci recorded it differently than they have their other projects.

"We ditched our entourages," said Guwop while speaking to Miss Info. "It's like we knew we wanted to fly under the radar. There was like this positive competition in the room. I'd hear him go in on a verse, and I knew I had to step up."

In regards to the Golden Wishes Gala, it's sponsored by Future's FreeWishes Foundation which he started with his mom Stephanie Jester and his sister Tia Wilburn.

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