Fresh off of the release of the Superfly soundtrack, Future stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday (June 11) to perform one of his songs from the project, "Nowhere."

Sporting an all-white ensemble with dark shades, Future was surrounded by smoke and television screens that played clips from the movie in the background. "Cartier down to the rocks/I got a key to your box/You got a chinchilla box/Meet me at the dealership box," Future sang.

The ATL Jacob-produced song serves as the closing track of the Superfly soundtrack. Executive produced by Future himself, the Atlanta rapper appears on 10 of the project's 13 records, which also includes guest appearances from 21 Savage, PartyNextDoor, Young Thug, Yung Bans, Lil Wayne, Gunna and more.

The project serves as the soundtrack for the upcoming film of the same name. Directed by Director X, the new film is a remake of the 1972 crime drama, Super Fly. The filmmaker previously praised Future for drawing inspiration from the original soundtrack, which was done by the legendary Curtis Mayfield.

"I’m also excited to be working with Future, both on the music and as a producer of the film—the original soundtrack is legendary, and that’s an inspiration for the artists that Future is working with to bring a singular modern musical vision to the film," Director X said earlier this year.

In related news, Future is gearing up for a world tour with Nicki Minaj. Announced on Monday, the rappers will kick off the NickiHndrxx Tour on Sept. 21 in Baltimore and continue touring through March 28, 2019 before wrapping up in Switzerland.

Check out Future performing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! below.

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