Future News

 
  • Cover of Future Announces New Single "Monster," Also Allegedly Working On A Mixtape Called "Evol"
    If you believe the headlines, it's been a rough week for Future, who reportedly called it quits with his fiancé, Ciara. But like any great artist, Future knows that heartbreak and loss can be some of the best stimuli for great music, and it sounds like he's been holed up in the studio lately.
  • Cover of Ciara & Future Call Off Engagement
    This week is not turning out to be a good one for some our favorite hip-hop power couples. Yesterday we received news that Tyga had broken things off with his fiancee and baby mama Blac Chyna, and now more gossip arrives this morning reporting that Ciara has called it quits with her baby daddy, Future.
  • Cover of Here's The Tracklist For Jeezy's "Seen It All"
    You've seen the artwork, heard two tracks, and gotten the release date; now comes time for Jeezy (or rather, Best Buy) to unveil the tracklist for September 2nd's Seen It All. The 15 track effort will be loaded with high profile features, though its first half is dominated by the Snowman. View it below.  
  • Cover of DJ Khaled Recruits Chris Brown, August Alsina, Future & Jeremih For New Single
    DJ Khaled has become an expert in crafting the "event" single. Always making sure to assemble an elite group of guests, the DJ has given us unforgettable crew tracks like "We Takin Over" and "I'm On One" time and time again.
  • Cover of BTS Photos: Jeezy and Future's Upcoming "No Tears" Video
    Jeezy's hotly-anticipated album Seen It All: The Autobiography is dropping on September 2nd, and today we've got a sneak peek at the video from one of the biggest collaborative tracks on the project. "No Tears" features fellow ATL resident Future, and for the song's video, he and Jeezy travelled to St.
  • Cover of Future Announces European "Honest" Tour Dates
    Future is bringing his new album Honest overseas for the fans with an announcement of European tour dates.
  • Cover of Top Tracks Of The Week: July 7-13
    This feature highlights a hand-picked selection of some of the bigger tracks of the week. We have chosen a few of the tracks that landed within our top 10 most played, focusing on those that stood out, and left room for discussion.
  • Cover of Eminem, Dr. Dre, Odd Future & Danny Brown Take Over Wembley Stadium
    This weekend Eminem made history by becoming the very first rapper to headline Wembley stadium. In fact, he performed two sold out dates in a row at the 90,000-capacity venue, and he made sure to bring some friends along for the ride.
  • Cover of Jeezy's "Seen It All" Will Have Features From Wiz Khalifa, Future, Game And T.I.
    After releasing the Jay Z-aided title track last week, Jeezy premiered some more of his new album, Seen It All, last night at a listening party in NYC.
  • Cover of Samples Of The Week: July 10
    When hip-hop began, samples were all that DJs and producers had to construct instrumental tracks with. They'd dig through crates of vinyl trying to find isolated drum breaks, melodies or vocals that they could repurpose for use in hip-hop music.
  • Cover of Earl Sweatshirt Cuts "Wearld Tour" Short To Finish Album
    We've got some good/bad news for Earl Sweatshirt fans. The good news is that a follow-up to 2013's Doris is dropping soon; the bad news (for those of you with plans to see Earl in the next two months) is that he won't be completing his current tour.
  • Cover of Watch Future, Rick Ross, YG, Wiz Khalifa, Mase And More Perform At Atlanta Birthday Bash 19
     The 19th annual Atlanta Birthday Bash, a concert thrown by the city's Hot 107.9 station, went down last night. Boasting performances from Meek Mill, Future, Ludacris, YG, Jeezy, Wiz Khalifa, Young Dro, Rick Ross, Yo Gotti, Waka Flocka Flame, B.o.B, K.
  • Cover of Odd Future's MellowHype Announces Free Album For July 4th
    Odd Future's Hodgy Beats and Left Brain, collectively known as MellowHype, have been working on new music to follow up 2012's release Numbers, and they've already locked down a date: July 4th.
  • Cover of Welcome To TRAPLANTA
    Set the bar, raise the bar. It’s something Atlanta has done for years. For nearly two decades, ATL has kept their finger on the pulse of rap music.
  • Cover of Future Says Pharrell Was Hesitant To Appear On "Move That Dope"
    Although he once rapped alongside coke-rap titans Clipse on a number of their tracks, Pharrell's show-stopping appearance on Future's drug-slinging anthem "Move That Dope" was a little shocking, to say the least.
  • Cover of Rebirth Pt. 1: The Evolution Of A Rap Group
    Let’s face it. Real rap groups today are a rarity in hip-hop.
  • Cover of Ciara Gives Birth To Baby Boy [Update: Ciara Reveals Baby's Name]
    Ciara has been showing off her very large belly lately, and it was finally time for her to deliver very early Monday morning. According to the NY Post, Future's fiancee gave birth to a baby boy in Los Angeles in the wee hours of the morning.
  • Cover of Charts Don’t Lie: May 18
    This week the hip-hop underground proves you don't need to be mainstream to top the Billboard 200, at least these days. Two mainstays within the underground movement debuted within the top 10 of the Billboard charts this week.
  • Cover of Odd Future Will Open For Eminem At Wembley Stadium
    Earlier in the month, it was announced that Eminem would be making hip hop history by becoming the very first rapper to headline Wembley stadium.  Not only that, when tickets went on sale last week, Em managed to sell out the gigantic venue almost immediately, resulting in a second date being added.
  • Cover of Crew Love: Dungeon Family
    On April 26, 1994, OutKast released their debut album, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik. The Atlanta duo began a festival tour to celebrate this twenty-year anniversary at Coachella several weeks ago, and will be performing over forty dates this year.
  • Cover of Future Releases Chain-Slinging Flash Game For "I Won"
    If you felt a little weird about Future and Kanye West's recent literal take on trophy wives, "I Won", you won't find any comfort in the accompanying flash game. 
  • Cover of Charts Don’t Lie: May 4
    This week three new rappers entered the Billboard 200, with Future's Honest topping them all sales-wise (we'll let you be the judge on the music). Asher Roth, who has calmed way down from his College Rap days, moved under 10,000 units with his new album RetroHash, released independently.
  • Cover of First Week Sales Are In For Future & Iggy Azalea, Future Sells More
    The projections for Future's Honest and Iggy Azalea's The New Classic had us all thinking that the Australian bombshell's debut album would outsell Future's sophomore effort. The numbers are in today, and this is not the case.
  • Cover of Future Speaks On Disliking Features, New Music Every Three Months & More
    Future has been on an interview run these days, so there's no lack of promo for Honest. During his recent in-depth sit-down with Elliott Wilson we learned that Future is looking to drop the long-delayed and forgotten project Future Hendrix later in 2014, consisting of records that didn't make the cut for Honest.
  • Cover of Future Covers SPIN Magazine
    Future is having his moment right now, with the release of his sophomore LP Honest and an overload of interviews with the ATLien. While the LP isn't expected to move quite as much as Iggy Azalea's The New Classic, it seems to be receiving more favorable reviews than the latter.
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