Future

Future Talks Debut Effort “Pluto”

(AllHipHop News) Atlanta artist Future sat down with AllHipHop.com to break down his debut effort on Epic Records titled Pluto.

Describing his style as “Pluto Music,” Future explained to AllHipHop.com that the effect often used on his voice has a lot to do with the way he talks.

” A lot of people don’t understand that’s how I talk sometimes, and it’s just my regular voice,” Future told AllHipHop in an exlcusive interview. “Sometimes it’s that effect gives it that little bit extra meaning, and it adds the spice on the words. Sometimes when you trying to get in the lyrics and you’re trying to come across and you are trying to make your point, you might need that extra spice on it, just so it comes across to the people.”

Future has also put together a star studded line up for his first album.

Joining Future on his journey to Pluto are T.I., Drake, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg, and singer R Kelly.

Future also took time to clear the air on any possible issues with the Young Money camp, specifically Lil’ Wayne and Drake.

Despite the support fellow rappers have shown Future, several months ago, Future regarded Drake’s no-show for the “Tony Montana,” video as “a slap in the face.”

Future has since disregarded Drake’s failure to attend as merely business and nothing personal.

“Me and Drake, we good, we A1. Like with everything, we learned how to make the personal stuff be personal, and like the business, we let the lawyers and the management figure it out,” Future told AllHipHop.com. “We gonna move on from it, and we understand that we can’t let a mistake stop us from making history together and what we got to do to make the air clear and make money together and go on tours together. And I can’t let that stop me or my personal life.”

Future explained that he wanted to maintain positive relationships throughout his career and he understands that some things are out of the artists hands.

“For the better of my future, it’s about not burning bridges, ’cause I’ve been in the industry for two years and I want to have a long lasting career for 10 years,” Future explained. “And you don’t want to start off by getting into it with an artist for not even a issue out my hands or his, and it wasn’t his call or my call, and it was out of both of our hands.”

blog comments powered by Disqus