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Future, born Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn in 1983 in Atlanta, GA, is a successful American American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. Born into a musical family, Future earned his nickname through the musical collective known as “The Dungeon Family.” His first cousin, Rico Wade, was a record producer and Dungeon Family member. It was Wade who encouraged Future to hone his music writing skills and pursue a career as a rapper.
Future was later signed to A-1 Recordings and in 2010 he released several mixtapes including 1000, Dirty Sprite, and True Story. Then, in 2011, Future released a mixtape, Streetz Calling, that drew great praise. It wasn’t until 2012 that he released his first studio album, Pluto. The album features Drake, Snoop Dogg, R. Kelly, T.I., and other hit artists. Future’s second studio album, Future Hendrix, was released in 2013 and also featured big names including Rihanna, Kelly Rowland, Ciara, and Diplo – to name a few.
Since his rise to fame, Future has earned many awards and prestigious accolades. In fact, in 2016, he became the fastest artist to chart three number-one albums on the Billboard 200 since the soundtrack albums from Glee. Future also received the BET Award for Best Group in 2016, as well as the BET Hip Hop Award for Best Mixtape in 2015. Future named his 2017 album “HNDRXX” as an ode to his rock star idol, Jimi Hendrix.
From there, Future has gone on to collaborate with even the most unlikely of artists, including Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift. With such a large following and unique musical sound, Future’s past and present are bright.
Since gaining popularity, Future has certainly made a name for himself. Below are some of his most popular tracks:
- Low Life
- Love Me
- Mask Off
- King’s Dead
- I’m so Groovy
- Turn On The Lights
Future’s music typically falls under the genres of hip hop, trap, and R&B. Known for his use of Auto-Tune, Future has said he uses it to make his voice sound “grittier” when rapping.
From Rolling Loud to Coachella, Future has performed at a variety of festivals and venues. So, what’s it like to see Future perform live? You can expect his shows to be energetic, lively, and fast-paced. Fans often dance and rap along with Future; the performer and audience both drawing energy from one another. The rapper is also known for performing his “day-one” hits – so, if you’ve been following him from the beginning then you’ll be in for a treat. With bright lights, background dancers, and a couple of costume changes, you’ll definitely be in for a great show with Future.
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