Future is riding a wave of success right now. Earlier this week he announced a huge summer tour, where he will perform material from the two No. 1 albums he has already released in 2017. The record breaking feat of FUTURE and HNDRXX is likely to see Future rewarded in some form at next year's Grammys, but it's the main prize he has his eyes on.
“Anything is possible,” he said when asked if he thinks it’s possible for a rap album to win the prize for Album of the Year. “They probably didn’t think a black man could make two No 1 albums in two weeks."
Future continued: "You’ve got to set your own destiny and go for the impossible. That’s what we do, man. We take risks. I’m not supposed to make a black album because they say a black album won’t win a Grammy? We’ll just make another one until we change their impressions and change their thoughts. We could be the first one. I want to be the first one to change everyone’s mentality. 'How did you do it?' I did it because I never give up. We’re the ones that goes harder when they say we can’t do it. We find ways around things. We made a way when there wasn’t a way.”
Read Future's full interview with The Guardian here.