All signs are pointing to a City Boy summer and Future will be providing the soundtrack. He has announced a new album and the visuals are nothing short of epic.

It seems Future’s next 18 years are going to be filled with a lot of highs and lows. His newest child’s mother is playing hardball.

Future and one of his baby mamas are getting their day in court, but not to resolve their paternity case.

Future‘s DMs are probably popping more than usual after sharing a snippet of some new music he is working on in the studio. The Dirty Sprite rapper posted a clip of some new tunes on Snapchat this weekend.

Future has become the Weapon X of Hip-Hop. His knack for crafting hits have made him alluring to anyone looking for a smash single. And that’s undoubtedly why current “It Girl” Miley Cyrus did the same.

As promised, Future follows up the announcement that his sophomore album will now be titled Honest (previously Future Hendrix) by delivering the title track.

Future Hendrix has prompted the Internets to put their own spins on the rapper’s name — our personal favorite is Future Vandross. Today we discover that this is now all null and void, because the ATLien decided to change his album title to Honest.

Future creates songs in influx, which means he or any DJ with tracks by the Atlanta rapper in their possession can flood the streets with new material at anytime. A new tune called “The Way I Live” falls under the latter category, and features the new king of autotune and croon describing his lavish lifestyle.

Future sounds very, very angry. Actually, that’s a good thing on Future Vandross’ latest street single titled “Sh!t.”

Birdman, DJ Khaled, and Ace Hood appeared on the first of two covers for the June/July issue of The Source. Today, the iconic magazine reveals the second featuring Future.

Future set out to make his mark in 2013, and so far he’s showed and proved by dropping, penning, and crooning on some of the biggest records of the year. This alone made a great candidate to sit in the hot seat on this week’s episode of Life+Times’ series The Roundup, hosted by veteran journalist Shaheem […]

Future is slowly but surely rapping and crooning his way into America’s hearts. Hate it or love it, you’d be hard pressed to name many other artists with a greater impact thus far in 2013, and the Atlanta rapper proves why by continuing his onslaught of output with a visual for F.B.G.: The Movie track “Missing.”