Future to Unleash "Fully Loaded Clip" on New Self-Titled Album, Out Friday

Hendrix is set to return with his first full-length in over a year.

On Friday, February 17, Future will release a brand new, self-titled album.

The 17-track project, which will be released through Epic Records, A1 and Future's own Freebandz label, is the ATL native's first full-length release since last February's EVOL.

In addition to releasing new music, Future has also announced his forthcoming Nobody Safe Tour, set to kick off May 4 in Memphis, and featuring Migos, Tory Lanez and Kodak Black, with select dates also featuring Young Thug and A$AP Ferg. A full list of dates is available on Future's website.

After kicking off the new year by earning two new Platinum certificates ("Where Ya At," featuring Drake, and "Stick Talk") and four new Gold certificates ("Trap Niggas," "Thought It Was a Drought," "Rich Sex" and "Used to This," featuring Drake), it appears Future is serving the industry a reminder that in 2017, he's still playing by his rules.


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