17 Songs, 1 Hour 2 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

It feels right that Future’s first self-titled release allows his different personas to grab the mic: Depending on the track, he’s the party starter, the ladies' man, the hustler, or the hedonist. FUTURE pays homage to the ATL rapper’s roots (and now-legendary string of underground mixtapes) with plenty of 808 boom, warped synths, and jittery rhymes. When his lyrics look back on the experiences that shaped him—especially with tracks like “Feds Did a Sweep” or “When I Was Broke”—it's a hypnotic glimpse into the mind of Atlanta’s trap king.

Parental Advisory Explicit Content Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

It feels right that Future’s first self-titled release allows his different personas to grab the mic: Depending on the track, he’s the party starter, the ladies' man, the hustler, or the hedonist. FUTURE pays homage to the ATL rapper’s roots (and now-legendary string of underground mixtapes) with plenty of 808 boom, warped synths, and jittery rhymes. When his lyrics look back on the experiences that shaped him—especially with tracks like “Feds Did a Sweep” or “When I Was Broke”—it's a hypnotic glimpse into the mind of Atlanta’s trap king.

Parental Advisory Explicit Content Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
73 Ratings

73 Ratings

KFC Beast ,

This fire already

Man lyk Hendrix

Bouncycastle93 ,

Trash

I literally skipped through every song on this album and all the beats sound pretty much the same, lyrics are worse than the beats the only consistent thing with all trap rappers is they are all garbage.

yungslime187 ,

Flames

Fire

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