Clash Issue 94 Future
Future is the latest in a lineage of eccentric Southern artists dating back to the legendary Dungeon Family. The past few years have seen him rise to fame with tracks that blur the lines between melodic rap and gargling, Auto-Tuned song.
Emerging in 2011 with his teeth-gritted dedication to Scarface’s anti-hero ‘Tony Montana’, and YC’s club anthem ‘Racks’, 2013 saw Future balancing duets with R. Kelly and Miley Cyrus with show-stealing performances on club bangers like Ace Hood’s ‘Bugatti’ and Rocko’s ‘U.O.E.N.O.’ The expanding diversity of his music allows him to continually appeal to new audiences as he moves through his career.
Meet the man himself in this month’s exclusive interview feature.
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