Future is ready to get back on the saddle and release his new self-titled album this Friday. For the first time in a month, Future tweeted and revealed that his first album since his 2016 release EVOL will be out this week.
"I was preparing the feast. U walked away from the table too soon," he wrote. According to the iTunes pre-order details, the project consist of 17 tracks. Peep the cover artwork above.
Future also announced he will be heading out on a North American tour this spring. The Nobody Safe Tour will kick off on May 4 at the FedEx Forum in Memphis and will run through June 30. The tour will include Migos, Tory Lanez, and Kodak Black as well as Young Thug and ASAP Ferg for select dates. You can watch a trailer for the tour here:
Fetch also poured his heart on social media explaining that he's made mistakes but that he's working on it. He's asking the people he's hurt in the past to forgive him.
"With all due respect, Im asking you to be loving, patient, and kind enough to understand my creativity is to heal wounds, not make new ones. However, the greater the risk, the greater the reward. Especially when you have great intentions for every individual that has played a major role in your life experiences. Now bare with me through my trials and tribulations, my wrong's and my rights. Find time to forgive me for any hurt or heartbreak I may have caused loving selfishly! I'm not perfect, no man walking this earth is. I'm at a place in life where I wanna make my weaknesses my strengths to become a better person than I was yesterday. -Future " he wrote in the captions of a photo of himself looking down at the ground.
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