I’m still not in The FutureHive but at the same time you can’t deny somebody’s work ethic and Future has been getting it in this year.
2015’s Biggest Hip Hop Comeback Story Belongs To Future
Following personal drama and failed sophomore album, Atlanta’s reigning king has delivered four of the year’s best projects.
Future and Drake’s collaborative project What A Time To Be Alive began as a rumored project that gained momentum all the way to its release Sunday evening. While the thought of OVO and Freebandz joining forces for a project is a great look for both artists, the real winner is undoubtedly Future Hendrix. With the release of What A Time To Be Alive, Atlanta’s biggest representer has cemented himself officially as Hip Hop’s upper echelon. This year alone, Future dropped numerous impressive projects including Beast Mode with Zaytoven, the DJ Escro assisted 56 Nights, his third studio album DS2 and his joint effort with Drizzy. It’s literally become impossible to avoid the “Tony Montana” emcee. For a comeback bubbling since late 2014 with Monster, Future has made Hip Hop a believer when many felt he fell off despite having certified hit records yearly since 2011.