Future is back.
Like, extremely back. After going about a year without putting out a new solo project, Future has flooded the game with new work, releasing the self-titled album Future on February 17th and following that up with another, HNDRXX, only a week later. (Plus, there are solid rumors that there could very well be another purple-tinged sunrise on the immediate horizon.)
More than the mere act of returning with new songs, Future is back in a more significant sense, too. The sonic astronaut who boldly drifts out to the outer edges of genre in search of new sounds and styles through which he can convey the depth and breadth and kaleidoscopic color of his emotions and truth; the Future who lost love, found darkness, and in it discovered the inspiration for an unbelievable four-project string of painful, beautiful masterpieces; the Future who brings all his focus and drive and intensity and life history with him on his chase after the muse and consistently returns with something brilliant and new; that Future, after a brief but noticeable break, has returned.