FUTURE REVEALS COVER ART FOR NEW ALBUM ‘I NEVER LIKED YOU’.
Written by torresanz on April 26, 2022
Hip Hop is setting up for a chart-dominating month. Prior to the arrival of Jack Harlow and Kendrick Lamar’s albums, Future is gearing up to unleash his ninth studio album with I NEVER LIKED YOU on Friday (April 29).
Hendrix revealed the title and cover art in an Instagram post on Monday (April 25) to kick off his release week. The artwork finds Pluto in the back of a luxury vehicle catching some shut-eye with a maroon eyemask to go with his matching trousers and jacket. Of course, both wrists are iced-out as well.
The Freebandz boss will look to make it seven consecutive No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200 with I NEVER LIKED YOU, which is going to feature guest appearances by Kanye West, Drake, Gunna and more.
Future hasn’t released an album since 2020’s High Off Life but has kept busy in 2022 by serving as the executive producer on Kanye’s Donda 2 album and reunited with Southside and Travis Scott for “Hold That Heat” last week.
In a testament to his longevity in the game, Future picked up a long-awaited platinum plaque for his debut album, Pluto, which was released a decade ago in April 2012. The project was finally certified platinum by the RIAA on April 18.
Look for I NEVER LIKED YOU on Friday.