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.
This week we're seeing how Honest and The New Classic are holding up after spending two weeks on the Billboard 200. Despite lagging behind in the first week the albums were on shelves, Iggy Azalea has now surpassed Future sales-wise and she sits atop the charts at #5.
"Move That Dope," a standout track from Future's recent album Honest, has been remixed by everyone from Machine Gun Kelly to Slim Thug, but today it gets quite possibly its biggest remix treatment yet.
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.
Iggy Azalea's The New Classic and Future's Honest both hit shelves yesterday, on April 22nd. The albums are vastly different and both attract a different kind of rap fan. So who is able to sell more to their respective fans?
Future only dropped his sophomore effort, Honest, today, but he's already setting his sights on another album, to also drop in 2014. It's hard to believe, since Honest itself took so long to roll out (two years), but this is what Future says in a new interview with Atlanta’s V-103.
The other day Future unleashed an official album stream for his upcoming album Honest, although as many fans noticed, two tracks were missing from the stream including the highly anticipated Andre 3k collaboration, "Benz Friendz." Well, today the full record surfaced (thank you Based God) and it does not disappoint!
Future is finally getting ready to release his sophomore album, Honest on April 22nd. The album is set to feature guest appearances from Kanye West, Wiz Khalifa, Young Scooter, Drake, Andre 3000, Pusha T, Pharrell, Casino, and more.