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Future Will NOT Be Releasing A Third Album

Future Will NOT Be Releasing A Third Album

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Within the last 2 weeks Future released two albums and over the weekend rumors were already swirling that a third album was going to be released within the next week. While many were excited about the possibility of a third album, his manager was quick to put out those rumors. In a tweet posted Monday morning, his manager Anthony Saleh tweeted “FALSE” quoting a tweet posted from Fader about the release of a third album coming out this week.

Rumors started swirling due to an NPR article called “Predicting The Future: With ‘HNDRXX’, Mixtape Culture Infiltrates The Music Industry” in which they wrote there are unconfirmed reports that Future would be following up his second album with a third album.

The story then got more attention when a description for Ellen Degeneres’ show Ellen listed Future as guest and “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!” The internet went crazy having the news confirmed (somewhat) about the third album release, but a mere two hours later is when his manager Saleh denied the rumors.

For now, fans will have to settle for two new albums, which is more than fans typically get. Future released his self-titled album Future on February 17 and is already the No. 1 album on Billboard Top 200, making it his fourth consecutive No. 1 album! He then released a second album HNDRXX  on February 24, and reports are already saying that will also be another number one album. Many congrats to you Future, we’re cheering for you!

 

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