Future remains one of the hardest workest individuals in the music industry. Releasing multiple projects every year and lending his talents to several artists for features, the man does not stop. DJ Khaled has included Future as a staple on all three of his last full-length albums, working considerably well with the ATLien as they continue to cement their individual legacies. Future Hendrix appeared on the lead single to Father of Asahd, along with Beyoncé and Jay-Z for "Top Off." It looks like that won't be Fewtch's only inclusion on the album, as he's already back in the studio with Khaled. 

The DJ and producer shared a photo of the two of them in the studio together, posing for the camera in between takes. Khaled captioned the image, writing, "Still in the studio ! #FatherOfAsahd @future." Many have criticized Future's inclusion on "Top Off," with the song receiving mixed ratings despite strong appearances by B and Jay. Hopefully, Future can tap into the boundless creativity that we know he is capable of to drop off some magic in his features.

Having worked closely with Khaled for a while, Future was featured prominently on Grateful, Major Key and I Changed A Lot. How many tracks do you think Future will be on this time?