Future’s confidence sitting on Pluto right now. He’s been in a zone for months, and it all comes out in his prolific hip-hop catalogue. Leading up to today’s (July 17) release of his highly-anticipated DS2 album, Future Hendrick filmed a five-part documentary titled Like I Never Left as a way of promoting his second round of Dirty Sprite.
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Today, the fifth and final installment of Like I Never Left was released. Here, Future talks with veteran hip-hop journalist Elliott Wilson about being built for this game, being comfortable with his position as a hit-maker and his vexed past life. Future even mentions how blogs are no longer talking about him using auto-tunes. “They say Future Hendrick the rock star,” Future says during the interview.
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In part four, the Freebandz CEO talks about melodies and people mistaking his melodies for weak rhyming. He also told Wilson that it was after making “Magic” is when he knew that he could make hits.
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Part three finds Future and DJ Esco reminiscing about them linking, and Esco playing Future’s songs in Atlanta’s famed Magic City strip club. Future also discussed their chemistry in the studio and grinding from ATL’s gritty streets to staying in five star hotels. While in parts one and two, the Freebandz honco opened up about his relationship with ex-fiance Ciara and their once-planned wedding, and Future wanting to drop a strong body of work despite he endless release of solid mixtapes.