Thanks are in order for Future and his FreeBandz gang. The "Wicked" rapper has announced today (Nov. 14) that his foundation FreeWishes will host a Thanksgiving Gala for Atlanta's senior citizens for a fourth year in a row. Future's fourth annual "Golden Wishes Thanksgiving Gala” will take place roughly a week before Turkey Day on Nov. 19, 2016 in Atlanta, Ga. As the event presser promises, "Golden Wishes" is the "ultimate night out" for those senior citizens chosen.

"They will be invited to join us for an evening filled with food and dancing with a live band and DJ, alongside some influential leaders in our community," states the presser. "During the event, each Senior Citizen will be gifted the makings for a perfect holiday meal of southern comforts. This year, we will be honoring two seniors who have been nominated and recognized for their lifelong contributions within their community."

Future deserves some thanks from his fans as well. The workhorse is fresh off the Summer Sixteen Tour and still dropping new music. Earlier this month, he linked up with Drake to share the Zaytoven-produced "Used To This," complete with a sporty music video.

"Used To This" marks Future's first new song since his collaborative mixtape Extra Terrestrial with DJ Esco back in June, which includes “Too Much Sauce” and “One Hunnid Racks.”

Now that he's off of tour, is Future getting ready to drop a new batch of music on his #FutureHive?

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