Future’s Dirty Sprite 2 is due to drop soon, so he released the first part of his Like I Never Left documentary today to raise anticipation for his next project. In a series of interviews with Elliott Wilson, Future talks about his post-Honest approach to making “music that I know the people want,” and his return to a tougher, more aggressive sound. He also discusses tension with Ciara, who apparently didn’t want any help from Future on her recently-released Jackie album. “Damn, we just came off a No. 1,” Future says. “You go straight to Dr. Luke and start working with him? Go right back to the pop lane after you get a little steam?... Let’s go back to that ‘Body Party’ lane… let it cross over to pop, instead of chasing that crowd.”
Revisit FADER's interview with Future here.