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Future Love
{{{Type}}} by Varsity Fanclub
Released Template:Country data USA July 1, 2008
Genre Pop
Length 3:47
Label Capitol
Varsity Fanclub singles chronology
"Future Love"
"Looking For Love"

"Future Love" was intended to be the first single from American boy band Varsity Fanclub from their eponymous debut album Varsity Fanclub. The album was originally due for release in January 2009 and then in May 2009. It was released digitally on iTunes on July 1, 2008.[1]

Music videoEdit

The music video premiered on October 14, 2008 on Varsity Fanclub's official MySpace. The video shows the guys performing a digital concert for a group of girls. Each of their names appear. The video has a dance break half way in. Mandy Jiroux, best friend of Miley Cyrus and Bobby Edner's younger sister Ashley Edner both appear in the video.

Track listingEdit


  • 1. Future Love 3:47
  • 2. Future Love [Jim Jonsin Remix Main] 3:50
  • 3. Future Love [Jim Jonsin Remix Radio Mix] 3:35
  • 4. Future Love [Jim Jonsin Remix Instrumenta] 3:47


Chart (2008) Peak
U. S. Billboard Pop 100 90

Kristinia DeBarge versionEdit

Future Love
{{{Type}}} by Kristinia DeBarge featuring Pitbull
Released November 2, 2009 (UK)
November 10, 2009 (US)
Genre Pop, R&B
Length 3:23
Label Sodapop/Island (US)
Producer Skins (album version)
Jim Jonsin (single version)
Kristinia DeBarge singles chronology
"Future Love"
"Cry Wolf" (2012)
Pitbull singles singles chronology
"Shut It Down"
"Future Love"
"Ni Rosas Ni Juguetes"

"Future Love" was also recorded by American pop singer Kristinia DeBarge for her debut studio album Exposed. It appears as the second track on the album. It was released as the third single from the album on November 2 in the UK and November 10 in the US. The released version of the song differs greatly from the album version. The single version is more uptempo and dance, but it also features a rap from rapper Pitbull. Initially "Future Love", was going to be sent to US radio with "Sabotage", as a double a-side release on July 21, 2009. "Future Love" was going to be sent to pop radio and "Sabotage" to US Rhythmic/Urban crossover stations. Despite the plan, "Future Love" was dropped from the "Sabotage" single release.

"Future Love" was unsuccessful commercially, becoming her second consecutive single to miss out on the Hot 100 singles chart in the US. It was, however, slightly successful on the Hot 100 Airplay chart, where it debuted and peaked at number 100. The single also charted at number 25 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 singles chart, making it equivalent to number 125 on the Hot 100.[3] Due to the songs commercial performance, the single never received a music video.


  1. Latest activity 58 minutes ago. Future Love: Varsity Fanclub: MP3 Downloads. Retrieved on September 22, 2009.
  2. Varsity Fanclub: MP3 Downloads. Retrieved on September 22, 2009.

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