Future Says He Doesn’t “Want To Be Attached” To His Recent Projects

“I want this lane to have it’s own potential to be something that can surpass that,” the Atlanta rapper told Zane Lowe about his upcoming album.

February 15, 2017

Future surprised fans on Tuesday by announcing that he would release a new, self-titled studio album on February 17. The Atlanta rapper has been relatively quiet in past months, but he'll open up about his mind state heading into this upcoming release in a new interview with Zane Lowe on Thursday.

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Beats 1 announced the interview today, sharing a short clip of Future's conversation with Zane Lowe. "I feel like I just wanna go back into being more underground, just reconnecting with the fans," Future said.

"I don't want to be attached to What A Time To Be Alive or Dirty Sprite 2," Future told Zane Lowe about his upcoming eponymous album. "Even though that's me, but that was something special — that was a moment. People always try to compare — 'This hotter than this.' Nah, it's two separate things. It's a different lane. Hopefully, this lane be longer than the lane when I had the driving force to put out those projects. I want this lane to have it's own potential to be something that can surpass that."

Watch a clip from Future's interview with Zane Lowe above and listen to additional previews below.

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