Future Releasing Another New Album ‘HNDRXX’ on Feb. 24; Reveals Artwork & Track List

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UPDATE 3: The full album is now out for stream and download here.

UPDATE 2: Future has revealed the track list for the album and just like we expected, both The Weeknd and Rihanna will be making guest appearances on it.

#HNDRXX

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UPDATE: Future has confirmed that he’s dropping his new album this week in indeed. In a Twitter Q&A, he also mentioned that he isn’t doing this because of Rocko and he has nothing to do with the A1 label head anymore. The album is now up for pre-order on iTunes which has also revealed the official artwork as well as the title, HNDRXX. Pre-order the 17 track album here.

Artwork (Rihanna and The Weeknd are tagged in the post):

The album I always wanted to make, timing is everything & with that being said #HNDRXX link in my bio

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Looks like Future wasn’t kidding around when he said that he wants to takeover 2017.

HDD is reporting that Future is set to release yet another new album this Friday, February 24th which will mark two back to back projects from the Atlanta rapper. They also mention that the second release, coming by way of A1/Freebandz/Epic, will be more “rhythmic-leaning and radio-friendly” aka more like his current radio hit ‘Used To This‘ featuring Drake.

If this really happens, it will be one of a kind release strategy for a major artist. His latest self titled album is projected to debut at number 1 on Billboard 200 with approximately 140k copies and if Hendrix really comes through with another one this week, he could easily have two number 1 albums in two weeks. Yesterday, Future released the first video from the self titled album, ‘Super Trapper’ which you can watch here.

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  • martenhansen

    This actually makes sense as Future mentioned in his interview with Zane Lowe that his album was going to be called “Future Hendrix”. Furthermore, why should his single “Used to This” not appear on a commercial release? So I guess his second release will be called “Hendrix”.

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