Future brings his album “Future” to life
March 8, 2017
Atlanta’s trap artist, Future, has finally released his self-titled album. The project was originally announced to be released earlier last week, but was leaked through spotify a day early before the actual set date. Future confirmed on his social media that the album had no features, which is something not surprising coming from the artist. Fans have been at the edge of their seat for the album and the announcement of no features only kept fans filling with anticipation. The album was released almost exactly a year since Evol, Future’s last album.
The newly released album Future is nasty, mean and distinct. The album has a 17 track playlist beginning with “Rent Money” and ending with “Feds did a sweep.” His lyrics begin with nasty and vulgar lyrics that make fans shocked and in love with his ambition to not hold back his emotions. Future posted on Instagram, “I’m asking you to be loving, patient, and kind enough to understand my creativity is to heal wounds, not make new ones. However, the greater the risk, the greater the reward.” Future was aware of his risks and resulted in a personal growth to enrichen his creativity. Fans will probably love or hate the self- named album, but the time has come to choose a side.
Along with the release of his new album, Future is set to tour on with multiple artist on the “ Nobody’s Safe Tour.” This tour is set to begin in early May. There is no official headliner in this tour but the genre is set as trap due to the artist listed off such as Kodack Black, Young Thug, Migos, Future, Tory Lanez, and the Trap Lord ASAP Ferg.