Future Delays ‘Honest’ Album Release
The future is uncertain for Future's second album, 'Honest.' The Atlanta rapper-producer has delayed the release of his new album until December or possibly early 2014.
Future cites the rescheduling of Drake's Would You Like a Tour? -- on which he's an opener along with Miguel -- and television appearances as the reason for postponing the album's original release date of Nov. 26.
Future told Billboard the album is about the joys of love and commitment.
'Honest' isn't only about love, but "about showing emotion," he says. "Drake made an album that is full of hits but it doesn't grab you. They're not possessive; they don't make you feel the way I do. I want to make you want to fall in love."
Uh, was that a shot at Drake?
Although the postponement will disappoint fans, Future Vandross promises the album will please rap heads once it hits stores.
"You know that I can make hits. You know I can do all these rap records," he states. "So, I'm going to start opening up and letting you know my struggles."
Future just dropped a new video for his latest single 'S---!,' you can watch it here.