Future Releases “Crush Up,” Readies New Album For This Month
GEORGIA, UNITED STATES —BET Award winning rapper Future just released his new visual, “Crushed Up“.
The track was produced by Wheezy production. The Atlanta – native puts his wrist on freeze and revels his riches. “Diamonds in your face, crushed up, I can see ’em,” he raps, while bragging about getting “an M for a gig.”
He also dropped a wintery/snow themed visual to go along with the track. While surrounded by dancers, Future show off his dance moves in the snow.
Hndrxx is now readying his seventh full-length album for release on January 18. The as-yet-untitled set marks his first solo project since 2017’s chart-topping albums Future and Hndrxx, and follows last year’s BEASTMODE 2 with Zaytoven and WRLD ON DRUGS with Juice WRLD.
To accompanied the album, he will debut a documentary, The WIZRD, exclusively on Apple Music. The feature-length film, produced by Mass Appeal, offers an intimate glimpse into the rapper’s world and his creative process.
Future will host screenings with a Q&A and album listening in Los Angeles and New York later this month ahead of the film’s premiere on January 11.
Additionally, he will open a limited-edition D2C store with a new merch collection the same day.
WATCH “CRUSHED UP” VISUAL BELOW:
Photos Credit: Courtesy of Future’s Instagram