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Future (Photo: Henri Alexander Levy)




After breaking the news of its existence personally on social media earlier this week, GRAMMY® Award-winning Atlanta hip-hop superstar and multiplatinum trailblazer Future serves up his brand new EP, Save Me, tomorrow June 7.

Get it HERE via Epic Records/Freebandz Entertainment.

Save Me might just be his most vulnerable, visual, and vital statement yet. This time around, he widens the scope of his signature sound through integration of icy guitars and sparse beats. The opener “XanaX Damage” allows his warbling croon to take flight over delicate acoustic strumming. Meanwhile, “St. Lucia” splits between adlibs about “Tommy Lee and Pam” and “the preacher” as he weaves together a narrative of temptation calling. “Please Tell Me” hinges on a priceless chant of, “Please, please tell me it’s one of a kind,” and “Shotgun” blasts off a tightly wound hook. Everything crescendos towards the somber final transmission “Love Thy Enemies” where guitar entwines with the plea, “I need angels, I need angels, on its way off to the heavens.

Check out the full tracklisting below.

For the artwork and photography, Future enlisted the talents of none other than disruptive high-fashion house Enfants Riches Déprimés and its visionary founder Henri Alexander Levy [Daft Punk, Billie Eilish]. Together, they envisioned the gothic impressionistic palette seen on the cover, merging black-and-white portraiture with decaying urban charcoal. The piece speaks to the continued evolution of Future‘s presentation and cements him as a style trailblazer.

The seven-track project arrives hot on the heels of his seventh album, Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD—released in January. Not only did it bow at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 as his fifth solo offering to top the charts, but it also garnered acclaim from Rolling StonePitchforkConsequence of SoundXXL who gave it a coveted XL rating. In the wake of its release, he performed on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and Ellen.

As he innovates once more, Future arrives to save the game yet again.

Be on the lookout for a lot more.



Where would hip-hop be without Future? With millions of singles and albums sold, countless packed shows, and streams in the billions, his shadow looms heavy over the game. He carried trap music from the bandos to fashion shows as a generation of Southern artists rose in his wake. A decade-long grind gave rise to an unbelievable string of mixtapes, reaching its apex on the trifecta of MonsterBeast Mode, and 56 Nights. 2015’s DS2 became his first of five number one debuts on the Billboard Top 200 followed by What a Time To Be Alive with Drake and Evol. In 2017, he unleashed the platinum-certified Future and gold-selling Hndrxx back-to-back and emerged as “the first artist to release two Billboard Top 200 number ones in consecutive weeks.” Future‘s “Mask Off” went quadruple-platinum, ascended to #5 on the Hot 100, and became his biggest smash yet. He performed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, lit up Coachella, and headlined the massive “Nobody Safe” Tour. As he covered issues of GQRolling Stone, and XXLHndrxx graced year-end lists from PitchforkComplexEntertainment WeeklyNoiseyVariety, and more. He teamed with Young Thug for the collaborative epic Super Slimey, which captured #2 on the Billboard Top 200 upon arrival. Extending his reach yet again, he provided the soundtrack for the high-profile Superfly remake as he readies a barrage of new projects to be unveiled at his signature prolific pace. 2019 saw him win his first GRAMMY® Award in the category of “Best Rap Performance” for “King’s Dead” alongside Jay RockKendrick Lamar, and James Blake.



  1. XanaX Damage
  2. St. Lucia
  3. Please Tell Me
  4. Shotgun
  5. Government Official
  6. Extra
  7. Love Thy Enemies


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