King Future returns with a self-titled album, long before Easter

“Just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we too might walk in newness of life.” (Romans 6:4)

Here we are. Weeks into Trump’s presidency, days before payday, and two overdrafts fees deep into debt. When smiles turn into depression and Beyoncé doesn’t win album of the year, her ghostwriter, our savior, Future, emerges from the cloudy skies and reminds us of his presence. Ladies and gentlemen, this week is going to get better.

Future’s gift to me.

It was today, February 14th, 2017, when I, Carmelo Marcus, was gifted a Valentine’s Day present that my girlfriend could never buy. The almighty Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn, also known as Future, announced that his self-titled album is being released on Friday and is available for pre-order today.

Ever since the release of EVOL in 2016, my life’s been dull. I’ve hurdled many obstacles and was able to tweet through the pressure of 2016. After Future deleted all of his posts on social media, I knew we were doomed. After today’s announcement, I now have an understanding of the agony I’ve endured. I needed to appreciate the release of this new album, respectfully titled Future.

We need a change.

If your data is running low and you don’t have the credit to switch to Verizon after their newly announced unlimited data plan, this album is for you. This is for everyone who shook the gas pump a little harder to get a couple of more drips of fuel before commuting to work. This album is for the believers, the men and women of America, and those who stayed awake for 56 Nights.

Thank you, King Future.


Pre-order Future via iTunes.