Future Tour 2017 - 2018

About The Future

Biography Future

Who could say that the boy who was called “Meathead” by his crew and wrote his poems under impression by William Shakespeare would collaborate with Drake and get No. 1 album on Billboard with a completely sellout (121,000 sales in the first week)?...

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EVOL (2016)

One of the most anticipated things in 2017 was the new hip hop masterpiece from Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn, also known as Future. EVOL (2016) is his 4th work he produced with help of the famous American songwriter Metro Boomin...

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DS2 (Dirty Sprite 2) (2015)

The album released in summer 2015 came as a logical sequel to his 90's album, when this guy had popularized auto tune and had ascended to the peak of his fame among the rappers of his time. Having continued his series with another album...

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New Future

Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn is better known as an American rapper and hip hop singer Future. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia, the US. He received the nickname “Future” while being involved in the hip-hop musical collective The Dungeon Family in his home city. His cousin Rico Wade, also a record producer and a member of the collective, praised young Nayvadius DeMun Wilbur as a very talented “mastermind” and encouraged him to start his rap career. After a while Nayvadius joined the label A1 Recordings. It was the point driven him to success, so that then it was possible to think about the real Future tour. In 2010 and 2011 he produced different mix tapes. The most popular are called Dirty Sprite, True Story and 1000. True Store included the single from Scarface movie – “Tony Montana”. From 2010 to 2011 Nayvadius DeMun Wilbure collaboratedwith Gucci Mane on their album Free Bricks.

But for setting Future tour dates releasing an album is needed. Therefore after a series of mix tapes the rapper signed a deal with Epic Records and released his next mixtape under the title Streetz Calling. Mixtapereceived positive press reviews. XXL magazine noticed a simple sounding in collaboration with drugging jams. A Pitchfork marked that American singer managed to embody the idea of singing and rapping becoming the same thing. And while the rapper’s fans were searching for Future tour dates, in January 2012 he produced another mix tape called Astronaut Status. Then in December 2011 he graced the cover of The FADER. Future’s debut album “Pluto” was released in April 17 that helped him to move in a right direction to setting concert dates. On this art product there was collaboration with Drake in “Tony Montana” and also with T.I. in “Magic”. “Magic” was rapper’s first single to get into the chart Billboard Hot 100. It was high time to think about the concert dates. In October 2012 singer took part in the recording of “Pain”, the first single of Pusha T debut album. In November 2012 he repackaged his album Pluto under the title Pluto3G. It was also used in his upcoming tour 2016. This repackaged release included two remix songs and three new songs. Among them was a street single called “Neva End (Remix)” feat. Pop star Kelly Rowland. It was announced that American rapper produced and also was featured on Rihanna’s “Loveeeeeee Song” from Unapologetic. Both Future’s and Barbadian singer’s fans were looking forward to buying tickets.

In January 2013 the artist produced the compilation mix tape called F.B.G.: The Movie. It received platinum because of getting more than 250,000 downloads on DatPiff. The album release was in 2014. The lead single of the album was “Karate Chop” with participation of Casino. In August 2013 the title of the album was changed to Honest. After that it was announced that Future has tour schedule with the rapper Drake on the performance would You Like A Tour? Fans in Nashville were highly excited about seeing the performer. Lateran 2015 there was cooperation with Drake. The release debuted very successfully at number one on the chart Billboard 200. The only question remained was if the singer was going to Washington with his concert. Because in 2017 he announced the concert dates for North America, especially for New York, and Los Angeles was also in his list.