Future To Release New Album "HNDRXX" On Friday
Wed, 22 Feb 2017 09:22:04
Last night, the ever prolific MC, Future, announced that he will drop his second full length studio album of the month.
Just last week, the Atlanta rapper dropped his self-titled album — a surprise release that quickly grabbed attention and the acclaim of many critics. It was seventeen massive tracks long, and despite it's size, scale and ambition, it ignited rumors that even more tracks were on the way; perhaps even a second album. Now news of HNDRXX, dropping on Friday — February 24th — was shared with fans via Future's Instagram account:
"Told YALL, I got a fully loaded clip…thought I was bluffing, If U purchased #FUTURE u will understand #HNDRXX."
Over on the iTunes pre order page (see link below), the album is detailed to mirror the self-titled release, and contains 17 new tracks. However, no titles or features were listed — but many fingers are crossed for the promised Chance the Rapper collaboration. Credited as executive producer is DJ Esco, a longtime producer who grew up in Atlanta alongside Future.
Keeping busy last night, Future was the musical guest on The Tonight Show. Where he performed a gritty take on "Draco," a track from the self-titled album.
In a world and a time where many people are citing confusion, fear and divisiveness for reasons to not engage, it's pretty heartening to watch an artist ignore the noise and simply embark on creativity — and by sheer will and determination make a platform for himself and craft. We salute you, Future, we salute you.
who told u,you couldn't b exactly who u wanted to be? They lied,they wasn't bold they didn't have the ambition they didn't have the courage they was mislead they didn't believe in they self when no one else would they cared about what other people thought of them they gave up not knowing god wouldn't give u more than u could handle they didn't sew seeds they didn't have the passion they didn't have the drive they didn't tell u all of there flaws because they was scared of not being accepted by there peers they said I can't I tried I need help but not me #HNDRXX
—The ARTISTdirect Staff