Future left his mark on the "Saturday Night Live" stage this weekend.
The 32-year-old rapper performed two of his hits: "March Madness" and "Low Life." For the latter, Future surprised the audience and brought The Weeknd out onstage to perform with him. This appearance was Future's first on "SNL," while The Weeknd was on the show last October (with his own surprise guest, Nicki Minaj).
Future's most memorable moment of the night, however, came during host Jonah Hill's opening monologue.
The actor brought the rapper out to perform with Drake, only Drake wasn't there. Hill took on the role of the Canadian hip-hop star -- even though no one asked him to -- and the two began bopping around before breaking out into "Jumpman."