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After rapper Future announced his self-titled surprise album a couple of days ago the record is finally here to be streamed in full.

FUTURE will be available on Feb 17, 2017. It will be released via . You can stream it via Exclaim. Also check out our Future artist profile to find eventual tour dates in your area and links to the official web and social media pages of Future. Last but not least make sure you scroll down and check out reviews for 'FUTURE'.

And if you like what you hear, get it over at iTunes or Amazon.

'FUTURE' Reviews

We currently know 14 reviews for "FUTURE" by Future. People have mixed feelings about the record but in general seem to like it.

"The combination of one voice and one like-minded production team makes for a very clear, concise body of work, which FUTURE definitely is."

80 % XXL
"FUTURE is lively and engaging, with production and rapping that feels consciously animated."

80 % Spin
"With exciting production that features his usual cast of ATL tastemakers who are (in some cases) paired with surprising co-producers like Jake One and !llmind, Future has crafted an opus full of bangers."

80 % Exclaim
"For Future, his latest work will be more than enough to keep his name ringing in the streets, but not enough to have him be immortalized as an urban legend. Not yet, at least."

76 % HipHopDX
"FUTURE is a fine mix of the stylings of past Futures layered in a rich blend of sounds from a now refined sonic palette. It doesn’t communicate the same intense and complicated emotional concoction that fills his songs when he’s at his most vulnerable and compelling. But it doesn’t have to."

73 % Pitchfork
"Here, production is the star, adding excitement and variety to Future's reliable, trap-star flow. 808 Mafia's Southside is at the top of the pack, with a hand in at least half of the album's tracks."

70 % AllMusic
"On the parts of this album that are worth remembering there are subtle signs of a stylistic and emotional shift. You can sense Future dabbling in the extra-rhythmic potential in his vocals, and there’s a delight in Future’s register that’s been notably absent on his records since after Honest."

70 % The Line of Best Fit
"After a year of baited breathing, we seem to have arrived at an in-between. There's still plenty of fun to be had in the waiting room, but let's hope he has more in store for the next appointment."

65 % The 405
"Future improves upon his 2016 output. Although the 17-track, hour-long affair lasts way too long, Future sounds fully engaged."

60 % Rolling Stone
"At this point, merely shoring up his personal brand with scattered highlights means that Future is stuck in a holding pattern."

60 % The Observer (UK)
"In striving for consistency, he sacrifices discretion and intention."

58 % Pretty Much Amazing
"More of the same, then, but a productive kind of dead-end, clichés run hard into the ground."

50 % The Quietus
"On his new self-titled album Future loses sight of qualities that made his last run at the top a memorable one."

50 %
"It’s not the glut of product that’s Future’s problem. Future’s problem is that, like his cohort Drake, he’s drunk on his own myth, and unlike Drake, his (intentionally) limited skill set doesn’t have any obvious backdoors to sneak out of for his career’s third act."

50 % Consequence of Sound

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