Every year brings an undeniable hip-hop banger, an inescapable track that is able to rise past its genre and become a part of the cultural consciousness. We’ve had “Mercy” and “Fuckin’ Problems” and “Versace,” to name a few, and in 2014, Future presently holds the championship belt for best rap posse cut. The rapper’s rise has been one of the more organic and effortless climbs in recent memory, as his inspired use of auto-tune and penchant for delivering memorable hooks has become one of the main sources of mimicry in recent years. On “Move That Dope,” Future scores his biggest triumph yet, thanks in large part to his collaborators, Pharrell, Pusha T, Casino and Mike WiLL Made It. Even with the star-studded lineup, Future is the sun in this solar system, forcing Skateboard P and company to revolve around him. Soon, the whole world will follow.