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Future Performs ‘Draco’ on ‘Fallon,’ Readies New LP ‘HNDRXX’

“The album I always wanted to make, timing is everything,” rapper says of self-titled album’s fast follow-up

Future stormed the Tonight Show Tuesday to perform “Draco,” a booming cut off his just-released self-titled LP. Backed only by his DJ, Future stormed through the Future track, deftly navigating the song’s intense wordplay through his Auto-Tune filter.

In addition, Future revealed that his just-released Future – which is bound for Number One on the Billboard 200, his fourth consecutive chart-topper – will be followed this Friday with another new LP titled HNDRXX. The rapper adopted the alias Future Hendrix early in his career.

“Told YALL, I got a fully loaded clip…thought I was bluffing,” Future tweeted of the new LP. An iTunes preorder page confirms that the prolific rapper’s 17-track HNDRXX will arrive on Friday. “The album I always wanted to make, timing is everything,” the rapper added. “If U purchased #FUTURE u will understand #HNDRXX.” Future also teased HNDRXX collaborations with both the Weeknd and Rihanna.

On Wednesday, the rapper released the video for “Draco,” featuring the rapper stealing the girlfriends of less fortunate men at various stages in his life.

In This Article: Future, Hip Hop, The Tonight Show

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