23 Songs, 1 Hour 17 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The 2018 remake of '70s blaxploitation classic Super Fly is about a young hustler trying to escape street life in Atlanta—so who better to helm a soundtrack to such travails than the rapper who’s had the city eating out of his palm for years? Future appears on 10 of these 13 tracks, flexing his usual wide range of dope-boy emotions. He's an unrepentant lothario on “No Shame” (featuring PARTYNEXTDOOR) and a gleeful showboat on “Show My Chain Some Love” with Young Thug. Like any good hero’s tale, the album has tender moments as well: Miguel plays a suave balladeer on “R.A.N.,” and there's a smoldering duet from Khalid and H.E.R. in which the pair hold each responsible for their own shortcomings as lovers.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The 2018 remake of '70s blaxploitation classic Super Fly is about a young hustler trying to escape street life in Atlanta—so who better to helm a soundtrack to such travails than the rapper who’s had the city eating out of his palm for years? Future appears on 10 of these 13 tracks, flexing his usual wide range of dope-boy emotions. He's an unrepentant lothario on “No Shame” (featuring PARTYNEXTDOOR) and a gleeful showboat on “Show My Chain Some Love” with Young Thug. Like any good hero’s tale, the album has tender moments as well: Miguel plays a suave balladeer on “R.A.N.,” and there's a smoldering duet from Khalid and H.E.R. in which the pair hold each responsible for their own shortcomings as lovers.

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