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Ahead of his The Wizrd documentary release, and forthcoming album dropping on January 18th, Future stopped through the Perrier® & Juice Studios to chop it up with The Cruz Morning Show about his new music plans for the 2019 year, what he thinks about the current R. Kelly controversy and the inspirations behind his documentary.
Speaking on his journey and career growth, Future notes that his current project is a salute to his fans who have come up with his music and a nod to where he plans to take his creativity.
This album is the one. It’s me just overall, over the time, from the beginning, to the end of where I’m at right now. I just want to be able to update my fans from the beginning of my career, of just the music you might recognize the beginning of my mixtape vibes, then on to what I’m doing right now. I feel like I’m elevating, as far as just expanding my creativity. I just want my fans to be up to date , so I’m doing this album right here and from here we going on.
With so much controversy surrounding the recent ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ documentary, Future comments on why it’s important to not continue to speak on negativity.
Man, who is that? I though we had forgot about that. We giving it too much attention. When you give things too much attention, they blow up. That’s why he gonna blow up. That’s why his music is going to what it is because y’all keep talking about it; stop talking about it, it’ll go away.
The “Jumpin On A Jet” rapper goes on to share his inspiration for the Wizrd documentary came from his late uncle where Future notes that his Uncle believed he saw things ahead of the curve and his peers.
Peep the full Future x The Cruz Show interview below: