Pluto is the debut studio album by American rapper Future. It was released on April 13, 2012, by A1 Recordings, Epic Records and Freebandz. The album features guest appearances from Drake, R. Kelly, . Trae tha Truth and Snoop Dogg, with the production, which was handled by Will-A-Fool, Sonny Digital and . on the Track, among others. Pluto was supported by five singles: "Tony Montana", "Go Harder", "Magic (Remix)", "Same Damn Time" and "Turn On the Lights".
Future (stylized on digital releases as FUTURE) is the eponymous fifth studio album by American rapper Future. It was released on February 17, 2017, by A1 Recordings, Freebandz and Epic Records. The album features production by Metro Boomin, Zaytoven, DJ Khaled, The Beat Bully, Southside, alongside production from other members of 808 Mafia such as DY, Fuse, Tarentino and Tre Pounds. The album was supported by three singles: "Draco", "Mask Off" and "Extra Luv".
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Paper Planes’ made . famous, but more significantly, it solidified her as a biting analyst willing to use her pop stardom to expose the flaws in the very system of pop stardom itself - an uncomfortable outsider and iconoclast whose incongruities are as fascinating as her brilliant music. Paper Planes" Track Info.
Future is certainly a prolific artist, though it is getting a bit excessive. Since 2011, he has released at least two projects every year, often three or more. His work ethic, long a point of personal pride, paid big dividends across an excellent mixtape trilogy (Monster, Beast Mode, and 56 Nights) in the run up to his commercial peak with Dirty Sprite 2 and his cash-in collaboration with Drake, What a Time to Be Alive. In bringing all these previous personas together, he creates an album that’s mostly retreads. And there are a few moments that completely lack Future’s patented dynamism and evocation, particularly Good Dope and Scrape. The highlights come when Future journeys into uncharted waters or deep into his own memory bank. I lost so many niggas to the streets this year, he opens on the affecting cut Feds Did a Sweep. I ain’t even talkin’ ‘bout, he pauses to clarify. They ain’t even dead.