In 2016 Future ruled the airwaves, charts and our hearts. He took a few months off after killing the game with Dirty Sprite 2 and the Drake collab What a Time to Be Alive, but after letting Migos take over the trap crown for the transition into 2017, Future is officially back, releasing two full albums and two new music videos all in the span of two weeks.
Last week, the Atlanta trap star released his self-titled album, a hard-hitting record with Future’s classic boisterous lyrics and booming beats. He released the first video from the project, “Super Trapper” days after the album hit, reminding the world that Super Future remains one of trap music’s elite.
And two days after dropping the “Supre Trapper” video, Future was back for more releasing another visual from his self-titled album, dropping the Youtube accompaniment to “Draco” - an ode to rap’s current favorite automatic-machine-pistol.
But not content to just let Future sink in, everyone’s favorite trapper-turned rapper came back with Hndrxx, another full-length album released less than a week after Future hit shelves.
This time, Future returns to his melancholy, syrup-driven depression, choosing more sedated trap beats and rapping less about guns and more about his love life and mental state.
At this pace we should get an entire Future anthology by the end of the year and enough videos to warrant a theatrical release. You can stream the entirety of Hndrxx on Spotify, and make sure to keep your eyes peeled for more Future news - or chances are you'll be missing out.