Future Feels Inspired as He Works on New Album
It seems like Future's got a lot going on in his life right row. After cranking out features with Juice Wrld, Moneybagg Yo and 6lack, the Atlanta spitta is in the process of preparing his upcoming solo album. Last night (Nov. 25), Future hopped on his Instagram story to talk about the album and unapologetically vent about the evil and greed that exists in his world.
The "Wifi Lit" rapper gave us more insight into his upcoming project. He doesn't give us any details about when it's dropping. Instead, he reveals the roots of the overall inspiration behind the LP, and states that it'll be one of his best albums to date.
"The album's so so crazy," he said. "I’m inspired, man. I’m so inspired. I got inspiration from everywhere. This is about to be my greatest album of all time right now, you know what I’m sayin? Well to date. It’s going to be one of my best albums... watch this."
Hendrix also briefly vented about the ills of the world. “It’s an evil world we live in... but hey imma keep livin’ and loving life," he added. "I love my fans the most, you know what I'm sayin but hey it's going to happen. When these racks blue, motherfuckers do whatever for this shit. Two things we don't do: we don't give back money and we don't say sorry."
The album he's referring to might be the same album he teased a few months ago. Shortly after dropping Beast Mode 2, Future hinted that a project was set to drop during the NickiHndrxxx tour with Nicki Minaj after fans purchasing tickets noticed that they included an album bundle for Nicki's newest effort Queen, and "a physical CD of Future’s forthcoming album (TBA)."
Once the North American leg of the tour was rescheduled back in September, Future never released the album that was promised in the bundle since he wasn't going to tour with Nicki due to scheduling conflicts. However, after refunds were issued, he repaid his fans with his collaborative project with Juice Wrld, Wrld on Drugs.
Watch Future talk about the inspiration behind his next album below.
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