Future is only two days away from releasing his eighth studio album and to keep the anticipation alive, the rapper released the official artwork of High Off Life.
Future pulls the mask off for a brand new album
It’s been quite an eventful week for the Freebandz Gang (FBG) leader. Social media fell in love with him for wishing all six of his baby mommas a happy Mothers Day but that bubble was burst when it was discovered that his constant refusal to accept Eliza Reign as his seventh was futile.
Reign, with the help of a court, was able to prove, using paternity DNA testing, that Future is indeed the father of her 0ne-year-old daughter.
The Atlanta rapper did not take kindly to the news and went on a Twitter rant that was far removed from his character.
Everything we know about High Off Life
Alas, the business of relationships has nothing to do with the music we love and thankfully, Future is not the stingy type. Months after he released Life is Good featuring Drake and the follow-up Tycoon, the Atlanta star is ready to gift the world with his eighth studio album.
“Just when you thought it was safe, High Off Life, the eighth studio album from Future, arrives on [Friday] 15 May,” a statement sent around to media outlets read.
While no official tracklist has been released, Future did tease us with a cover image showing the first seven songs of the album.
Moreover, we know for certain that DJ Esco has been credited as the executive producer.
We also know that the album features appearances from:
- Travis Scott
- Young Thug
- Lil Uzi Vert and more.
We certainly hope the next two days will roll by quickly so that men can find new ways to be toxic while social distancing.