Future New Album 2013: 'Honest' Release Date, First Single AUDIO & LYRICS
on Aug 08, 2013 02:12 PM EDT
Future offered fans a preview of his sophore album Honest with the release of its lead single on this week.
The upbeat single has the same name as the record and features Future's trademark sound.
"And we ain't never going back to what we used to do. I was gonna lie to your but I had to tell the truth. I'm just being honest," are some of the song's lyrics.
After receiving positive feedback in regards to his new song, the rapper, whose real name is Nayvadius Cash, thanked his fans via Twitter. He wrote on Wednesday, "I truly appreciate everyone for showing me Love. #Honest."
On his upcoming record, the rapper/producer wants his fans to view him in a new light. He also wants to stand out from other artists.
"Honest is the new me. It represents the truth I try to bring to my music," he told Rap-Up in June. "I plan to break the mold with this album so that it will be nothing like you've heard from me or any other artist out. You can either tell the truth of face the Future."
The album will be the follow-up to Future's debut Pluto. The record, released in 2012, peaked at No. 8 on Billboard. His first album features one of his most popular songs to date, Turn On The Lights. The song's video has over 33 million views on YouTube.
Future has previously collaborated with a long list of artists, including Kelly Rowland, Rihanna, Drake, Lil' Wayne and Ciara. For his upcoming album, Future said he's taking a different approach.
"Now's my turn to give them something from me without the features. It's me by myself. I don't have a feature on this," he also told Rap-Up about the record.
Honests hits stores on Nov. 26.
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