Future says that his sophomore release "Future Hendrix" will be more mature in its content than his debut.
Between securing placement with the likes of Pusha T and Rihanna and charting multiple hit singles, it's been a banner year for Georgia rapper Future. Now, in a recent interview with Sermon's Domain, the Dungeon Family affiliate discusses his plans for his next album Future Hendrix.
Future explained that his sophomore LP, which is slated for a release sometime in 2013, will be a more substantive musical affair than his debut Pluto. Although it will indeed be a mix of R&B singing and street-bangers, he believes that his fans will recognize his artistic growth on the project.
"I want to say [Future Hendrix] will be more R&B based, but it's going to be more substance, more passion - just more down with feeling," he said. "I won't compromise who I am…I know my fans who've been down for me from day one, they understand the growth, and they gonna know when they hear Future Hendrix, they'll know that I'm not selling out…they're gonna understand that I'm doing music that was already happening. But I'ma still have street songs. It's gonna be street-driven…[but] it's going to be more filled up with records with substance."
Check out the full interview below.