Today, we’re going to attempt a ranking of Future’s studio efforts - that means no mixtapes or collaborative efforts. The best Future projects are typically thought to be the ones that fully encapsulate a singular vibe. The mixtapes Monster and 56 Nights are the most ready examples of this approach. However, unlike his mixtapes, Future’s albums are hard to readily categorize. There are no bad Future albums. On any given day, each of Future’s seven albums (six studio efforts + one re-release) could be considered his most interesting. The quote-unquote best may be easier to distinguish, but even then it’s difficult to articulate why the polished efforts demand more respect than the more raw or ambitious additions. 

Below is our ranking. Whether you agree or disagree, make sure to drop your own list in the comments section.