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From the moment a ratcheting hi-hat introduces “Ain’t No Time,” Future brings fiery intensity to EVOL, leaving behind the syrupy laments of DS2 with confidence and muscle. The Atlanta rapper’s inspirations haven’t changed—he’s still reveling in champagne baths, sexual conquest, and the spoils of fame—but he leans forward with forceful energy on highlights like “Maybach” and “Lie to Me.” The album’s steamiest moment, “Low Life,” adds a seductive guest vocal from The Weeknd.

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Same sound on every song and total auto tune garbage

Only drawback is some repetition

If you're an actual Future fan then, there is no way you'll dislike this album. It's pure Future. Haiti Baby throws back to Future 4-5 years ago. He's showing his versatility and pumping out music at a crazy rate. Yes some of the production is repetitive, but, if you're an actual producer and know music, you'd know the beats are VASTLY different in a lot of ways. Also, they've made a lot of this music in about a 6 month period. Do you expect to be a bunch of different genres? I find that flabbergasting. You came to a Future album looking for not a Future album? 🙄🙄🙄


Wow how generic


Born: November 20, 1983 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Busting out of Atlanta in 2011 with his hit street track "Tony Montana," rapper Future grew up in Atlanta's Zone 6 section. Born Nayvadius Cash, hip-hop was in his family, as his cousin was producer Rico Wade. It was his local crew who gave him his moniker, dubbing him "The Future of Rap," something the nation got to experience in 2010 when he partnered with Gucci Mane for the mixtape Free Bricks. In 2011, he released the street album Streetz Calling and made a guest appearance on YC's mixtape hit...
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