and DJ ShOw reviews DS2!

As you may know by now, Future has released his third official album, DS2... or better known by hardcore Future Hendrix fans as Dirty Sprite 2, the second installment to the street album that put him in the national spotlight.

Personally, it's all I've been listening to since I got my hands on it. This is the Future I know... You have to accept his music for what it is: talking about getting money, trappin', getting throwed and enjoying the company of ladies. The standout tracks on the album for me are "Thought It Was A Drought", "Stick Talk","Freak H---", "Blow A Bag", and "Where Ya At" featuring Drake, who ends up having the only feature on the album. Standout records from the past 3 mixtapes (MonsterBeast Mode, and 56 Nights) such as "Commas" and "Real Sisters" are added as bonus tracks to the Deluxe Edition of the album. My only true gripe about the album is that it lacks my favorite song off of the mixtape 56 Nights, "March Madness".

Prior to the release of Future's latest major album release, Future had a chance to sit down with Hip-Hop journalist and former Editor-In-Chief of The Source Magazine, Elliott Wilson to discuss his journey, the catapult into super-stardom, the momentum leading into DS2, his now ex fiance Ciara, her latest boyfriend Russell Wilson, among other things.

Take an inside look on the life and times of Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn below with his "Like I Never Left" documentary.

Cop the album... and don't play yourself by trying to save a couple of dollars and getting the regular version. You'll be pissed you missed out on the best songs Future's got to offer.