Shortly after its release, the nearly-four-minute banger received a co-sign from Drake as he said that he'd been listening to it '900 times in a row.'
Future's new self-titled album is officially in stores now. The album features 17 track in total, including its lead single "Draco" which was released on late Thursday, February 16. The DJ Spinz-produced track finds the rapper making references to professional boxers Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield.
In the nearly-four-minute track, Future brags about his lavish lifestyle, rapping, "Start comparing my career/ Designer flooded through the crib/ Business furniture for real/ I bought a Fendi couch for my kids/ They just want to plug a ni**a wig." Shortly after its release, "Draco" received a co-sign from Drake as he said that he'd been listening to it "900 times in a row."
Prior to releasing the album, Future sat down with Beats 1's Zane Lowe to discuss the making of the new effort. The rapper revealed that he wanted to go back to be more "underground," saying, "I feel like I just wanna go back to being more underground. Just reconnecting with the fans, just more hands-on, being back with my fans."
He added that he didn't want to be attached to his previous projects like "What a Time to Be Alive" and "DS2" because he wanted each new project to have its own identity. "This album might be tied into my first mixtape that I ever dropped or might be tied into my second mixtape so everybody can really understand visually and creatively where I can go with it when I make music," he explained. "I'm not just doing it just to put songs out."
In addition to the new album, the Atlanta rapper is set to embark on "Nobody Safe Tour" along with Migos, Tory Lanez and Kodak Black. The extensive trek will run from May 4 in Memphis through June 30 in Las Vegas. Future will also have Young Thug and A$AP Ferg on selected dates.