Future reveals that his upcoming album "Honest," originally scheduled to drop November 26th, has been delayed.
Future has been working on the follow-up to his debut album, Pluto, for some time now. During that time it's gone through a name change, from Future Hendrix, to Honest. It also received several new release dates along the way-- most recently, it was slated to drop on November 26th.
Now in a new interview with Huffington Post, the Atlanta native reveals that the album has, once again, been delayed. During his interview Future says there is now no set release date, but he thinks it'll arrive sometime between November and December (presumably, the latter).
"Between November and December, I think I'm going for like a December look. Nah, don't have a specific date right now, but just know it's coming out this year," Future said.
The rapper also reveals he's never listened to Kendrick Lamar's "Control" verse and talks about what the music will be like on Honest.
Watch the full interview below.