Future - Blood, Sweat, Tears

Posted 2 years ago
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Future may make this rap s*t look easy, but appearances can be deceiving. In reality, the ATLien has expended buckets of Blood, Sweat and Tears to attain his current stature in the game. On a new single off his sophomore studio album, released along with official visuals by Sam Lecca, he gives listeners the inside scoop on the struggle and toil that’s paved his way to greatness. Boi-1da provides an appropriately lush, anthemic instrumental backdrop for Future’s chronicles of the hustle. Released April 22 via Epic Records, Future’s Honest LP is available now wherever fine music is sold.

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