Future added to the hype surrounding his upcoming self-titled album by sharing the tracklist and a trailer for the project.
Future, due out Friday (February 17), is made up of 17 tracks with no listed features. (Is he given J. Cole a run for his money?)
We can probably expect production from Zaytoven, Southside and Metro Boomin on the project, especially as Future tweeted about the last two today (February 15). The trailer opens with Young Metro’s drop.
This is the follow-up of gold-certified EVOL, which dropped a year ago, but the Atlanta star is still riding the success of 2015’s Dirty Sprite 2LP, which included the tracks “Fuck Up Some Commas” and “Where Ya At” with Drake.
Future will be promoting the new album on the Nobody Safe Tour with Migos, Tory Lanez and Kodak Black.
Pre-order Future on iTunes and check out the tracklist and cover art below.
I’m so Groovy
Might as Well
Massage in my Room
When I Was Broke
Feds Did a Sweep
(This article was first published February 14, 2017 and is below.)
Atlanta lyricist Future has emerged from his brief rap hibernation with big news.
For those eager for new tunes from the rapper, whose last studio release, EVOL, came a little over a year ago, Future revealed on Twitter that he was merely “preparing the feast” and is now ready to drop his latest project for the masses.
“I was preparing the feast. U walked away from the table too soon,” Future tweeted today (February 14), along with a pre-order link for his new album.
The self-titled album is scheduled to drop this Friday (February 17) and, according to the iTunes pre-order details, will consist of 17 tracks.
So far the tracklist hasn’t been revealed, but the Freeband General released several loosies at the end of 2016.
Future also shared news of his upcoming Nobody Safe Tour. He’ll be hitting the road with Migos, Tory Lanez and Kodak Black, and will occasionally be joined by Young Thug and A$AP Ferg.
The Nobody Safe Tour is scheduled to kick off on May 4 in Memphis, Tennessee, and will go on to make stops in over 30 other cities.
A tour flyer and trailer for the Nobody Safe Tour is below.