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Future's New Self-Titled Album Will Have No Guest Features

Will Hendrix go Platinum with no features?

This Friday, February 17, Future will release a brand new, self-titled album, which will contain a grand total of zero guest features.

Earlier today, the full track listing was made available through the New Zealand iTunes store without any listed feature artists, but since not listing feature artists is the new wave, we reached out to Future's manager, Anthony Saleh, for confirmation.

"No features," Saleh wrote in an email.

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Future's decision to not collaborate with anyone on FUTURE shouldn't come as a surprise, however, as the ATL native has only worked with two artists—Drake on "Where Ya At" and The Weeknd on "Low Life"—over his last two albums.

As we reported on Tuesday, the 17-track set, which includes the previously-released "Poppin' Tags" and will be released through Epic Records/A1/Freebandz, is Future's first full-length release since last February's Gold-certified album EVOL.



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