17 Songs, 1 Hour 8 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Released within two weeks of his 2017 self-titled project, HNDRXX is a master statement of soulful, sly R&B from the Atlanta rapper. If FUTURE echoed the spontaneity and double-time flow of his now-classic mixtapes, the follow-up is stacked with anthems that are calibrated for a massive mainstream audience. Two marquee cameos—The Weeknd and Rihanna—add extra star power, but highlights like “Damage,” “Incredible,” and “Fresh Air” are all about Future’s brilliant mix of brutal honesty and gloriously unchecked hedonism.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Released within two weeks of his 2017 self-titled project, HNDRXX is a master statement of soulful, sly R&B from the Atlanta rapper. If FUTURE echoed the spontaneity and double-time flow of his now-classic mixtapes, the follow-up is stacked with anthems that are calibrated for a massive mainstream audience. Two marquee cameos—The Weeknd and Rihanna—add extra star power, but highlights like “Damage,” “Incredible,” and “Fresh Air” are all about Future’s brilliant mix of brutal honesty and gloriously unchecked hedonism.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

Morningbell5 ,

Top class

This is such a good album!! Love it.

Afraser10 ,

Future

So poor , hip hop is dead

AnonymousKnows1 ,

Album

This is the first album where you can feel a slight bit of pain from future like the older stuff he realised. Lovely calm approach compared to the other album. Worth the money 👌🏼

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