10 days ago, Future released his self-titled album. Three days ago, he released another new album called HNDRXX. Both times, he only offered a couple of days of advance notice. And now there’s some indication that Future is planning on releasing another brand-new album this coming Friday — which, for those of you who have trouble with math, would mean three albums in three weeks. And as it turns out, the unlikely source for the new intel is the Ellen website.
On Thursday, Future will make his first appearance on Ellen. (He’s appearing on the same episode as George W. Bush, which is weird to think about.) And the Ellen website’s post on Thursday’s show may have inadvertently revealed some big plans ahead of schedule. Of Future, the site says this “He has the #1 album in the country this week with Future, and is attempting to have three #1 albums in a row in three weeks — which will make him the first in history to do that!”
Frankly, it seems impossible that Future would release three whole studio albums in three weeks, but as far as I know, the Ellen website has never lied to us before.