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Future “Honest” Review


Future Hendrix returns with his sophomore album Honest on A-1 Recordings, Freebandz, and Epic Records. The album was supported by six singles “Karate-Chop”, “Honest”, “Shit”, “Move That Dope”, “Covered N Money” and “I Won”, along with the promotional single “Real and True”. The album features guest appearances from Pharell, Pusha T, Casino, Wiz Khalifa, Drake, Kanye West, Young Scooter, Andre 3000, and Lil’ Wayne with Production from The Runners, Nard & B, Mike WiLL Madeit, DJ Spinz, Metro Boomin, Detail, Sonny Digital, Southside, TM88, Boi-1da, and Mr. DJ. Upon its release, Honest was met with critical acclaim. The album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 chart, with first-week sales of 53,000 copies in the United States. While Pluto explored the depths of Future’s gritty, spacey Auto-Tune rap aesthetic, Honest peels back layers of emotional context, narrowing in on what truly makes his raps so compelling: the duality and sincerity of his character. You can totally hear the growth in this album, which makes Honest one to add to the play-list, so enjoy.

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