Does Future Plan To Drop A Third Album This Week?

blame it on Meka February 27, 2017

And, yet again, another one.

Having already landed a chart-topper this year with his self-titled fifth album, Nayvadius is also poised to repeat with his sixth album HNDRXX which released a week later. Now, according to NPR and Ellen DeGeneres, Future may attempt a three-peat.

In an article by Rodney Carmichael, NPR states that “there are already unconfirmed reports that the Atlanta rapper and his label Epic will follow up this second release with a third album.” Meanwhile, DeGeneres — which confirms him as a musical guest on Thursday, March 2nd — provides stronger evidence, stating “He has the #1 album in the country this week with Future, and is attempting to have three #1 albums in a row in three weeks – which will make him the first in history to do that!”

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If that is the case, it appears that Futche is chasing history to kick off his year of the Trumpocalypse.

UPDATE: According to Future’s manager, the rumor is false. But… let’s be real, this wouldn’t be the first time someone in an artist’s camp lied when a surprise release was fumbled. We’ll see…