Future is looking towards, well, the #FUTURE.
Mr. Freebandz himself drops yet another project, this time making it self titled. Simply FUTURE. Since his last two drops, Purple Reign and EVOL, Future says he’s been cooking up something nice. I was preparing the feast,” he tweeted. “U walked away from the table too soon.”
“All my energy, I want to put it in my music,” he told Beats 1. “I want you to hear this and say, ‘He gave us all of him.’…You’re gonna be able to hear the completeness of it, the sound, where I’m at, my voice, my tone, my wordplay, everything that’s going on around me, I was able to create off it, to be inspired by so many moments that were happening.”
According to Future, this is also a clear reflection of who he is today. “I want to be able to speak on how I’m living now, more so,” he said. “I want to be authentic to what I am now, true to what I am, to be able to tell you, to get you from where you’re at, to get to where I am now, to this position…It’s like a fresh start.”
The 17-track album has no features.
— FUTURE/FREEBANDZ (@1future) February 16, 2017
Meanwhile, Future gearing up for the “Nobody Safe Tour” with Migos, Tory Lanez and Kodak Black. The run begins May 4 in Memphis and runs through June 30 in Las Vegas with Young Thug and A$AP Ferg on select dates.
Take a listen to FUTURE below:
Fat Joe & Remy Ma finally releases their first album as a duo amid their Grammy-nominated “All The Way” record.
Plata O Pomo serves 12 tracks, including the Ty Dolla $ign-assisted “Money Showers,” “Heartbreak” featuring The-Dream, and “Cookin” with French Montana and RySoValid. The guest list also includes three appearances from Kent Jones (“Swear to God,” “Spaghetti,” and “How Can I Forget”), as well as guest spots Sevyn Streeter and BJ the Chicago Kid (“Go Crazy”) and Kat Dahlia (“Warning”).
Stream the long-awaited Plata O Plomo below.
The “Classic Man” has finally arrived with his debut album!
“The Chief is a story of manhood,” he told KMEL, “the story of me coming into my manhood after my father passed and the trials and tribulations I had on that journey.”
That story will be told through a diverse body of work. “There’s a lifetime of stories in one album as opposed to some albums you hear today [described like] ‘It’s a vibe,’” he added. “That’s a cool way of saying it’s the same song for 14 tracks. This is not that. I’ve lived in too many places to make the same song back to back.”