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Future just dropped his debut album, Pluto, on April 17, but is already prepping his second LP. Although it’s an outside chance, Future could wind up dropping two albums this year.
“I’m working on my mixtape, Super Future for a September [release] and Future Hendrix, which is my next album, dropping between December and February,” Future told XXLMag.com. “Just keep working, staying consistent and pumping out these hits.”
What can fans expect from the project?
“Expect the unexpected from me,” Future said. “You never know with this record. I don’t even know what’s going to happen.”
Pluto had the 2012 XXL Freshman collaborating with the likes of R. Kelly, T.I., Juicy J, Snoop Dogg and Drake. The debut album spawned hit singles in “Tony Montana,” “Magic (Remix)” and “Same Damn Time.”
Future recently spoke to XXLMag.com about the remix to the latter record, which features a rather memorable guest verse from Diddy.
“Diddy brought that high energy, legendary status to the record,” Future told XXLMag.com. “He used his own approach. He had something in his chest that I felt like he wanted to say and he let it all out.”
“That track made him say it and he wanted to express himself for hip-hop and for the fans that want Diddy to say certain things [and] he stepped down and got back into the streets on that verse because he said some of the things that you want to say and things you didn’t think he’d say,” Future added about Diddy’s verse.
Tone Trump sits down for Mixtape Daily, and breaks down his excitement behind his newest record deal, and the essence of his music. Via: MTV
“A couple of days ago, I officially signed my deal with Young Jeezy, CTE World, and [it's been] a lot of years of hard work, blood, sweat and tears, risking my life,” Trump told Mixtape Daily when he was in New York on Wednesday. “I make street music and I just signed with the biggest street artist in the world.”
“It would’ve been a dream come true to get a so-called record deal with any label probably, but not too many artists get to sign with their favorite rapper or their favorite artists,” he said with much admiration. “When I was in the mix and coming up in the grind, his music got me and mines through a lot.”