Future Announces New Album and Tour, Collaborates With Maroon 5 on “Cold”

MIAMI, FL - AUGUST 29: Recording artist and rapper Future Hendrix aka Future attends Haute Living cover launch party for Future Hendrix presented by Hublot and Jetsmarter at Cipriani Downtown Miami on August 29, 2016 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Sergi Alexander/Getty Images for Haute Living)

Future announced a new full-length, self-titled project last night, without offering any further information about its tracklist or guests. The album is out this Friday (Feb. 17) via Epic/A1/Freebandz. The ATL rapper-crooner’s last releases were largely collaborative: He appeared on DJ Esco’s Project E.T. from June in a host capacity and released a hastily dashed-off (though pretty good) EP with Gucci Mane, Free Bricks 2: Zone 6 Edition in November.

Future posted the iTunes preorder link to Future–with 17 untitled tracks–and its impressionistic cover art to Twitter:

Future Announces New Album and Tour, Collaborates With Maroon 5 on

He also shared a poster and dates for an upcoming tour, Nobody’s Safe, on which he will be supported by Migos, Tory Lanez, and Kodak Black, with guest appearances from Young Thug and A$AP Ferg at some stops:

Future Announces New Album and Tour, Collaborates With Maroon 5 on

Future’s final revelation of the evening was less auspicious: a guest spot with Maroon 5 on their new single “Cold,” which is inflected with R&B reference point and Caribbean rhythms, and, like the band’s recent collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, not very good. Listen below.

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