Future Announces New Album; Will Host uStream To Debut New Single

(AllHipHop News) Atlanta rapper Future has announced the title and release date for his sophomore album, titled Honest.

The album is the second release under his deal with Epic, the label that dropped his debut, Pluto.

Future hopes to re-create the success of Pluto, which spawned gold selling singles like “Tony Montana,” and “Turn on the Lights.”

Future explained the album title.

Honest is the new me. It represents the truth I try to bring to my music,” Future told AllHipHop.com in a statement. “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 or face the Future.”

“Honest” which was produced by Metro Boomin, will premiere early tomorrow morning (August 8)” at 12:01 AM, during a live uStream that Future will host.

The full-length version of Honest is due in stores on November 26.

Until then, Future will be hitting the road with Drake and Miguel on the “Would You Like A Tour” tour.

Check out the dates below:

9/25 Portland, OR
Rose Garden Arena

9/26 Tacoma, WA
Tacoma Dome

9/27 Vancouver, BC
Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

9/29 Calgary, AB
Scotiabank Saddledome

9/30 Edmonton, AB
Rexall Place

10/2 Saskatoon, SK
Credit Union Centre

10/3 Winnipeg, MB
MTS Centre

10/5 Minneapolis, MN
Target Center

10/6 Kansas City, MO
Sprint Center

Saint Louis, MO
Scottrade Center

10/9 Chicago, IL
United Center

10/11 Indianapolis, IN
Bankers Life Fieldhouse

10/12 Auburn Hills, MI
The Palace of Auburn Hills

10/13 Cleveland, OH
Quicken Loans Arena

10/15 Columbus, OH
Schottenstein Center

10/16 Buffalo, NY
First Niagara Center

10/18 Pittsburgh, PA
CONSOL Energy Center

10/19 Philadelphia, PA
Wells Fargo Center

10/21 Montreal, QC
Bell Centre

10/22 Ottawa, ON
Scotiabank Place

10/24 Toronto, ON
Air Canada Centre

10/26 Hartford, CT
XL Center

10/27 Newark, NJ
Prudential Center

10/28 Brooklyn, NY
Barclays Center

10/30 Boston, MA
TD Garden

10/31 Washington, DC
Verizon Center

11/2 Charlotte, NC
Time Warner Cable Arena

11/3 Raleigh, NC
PNC Arena

11/5 Miami, FL
American Airlines Arena

11/6 Tampa, FL
Tampa Bay Times Forum

11/7 Atlanta, GA
Philips Arena

11/9 New Orleans, LA
New Orleans Arena

11/10 Dallas, TX
American Airlines Center

11/12 San Antonio, TX
AT&T Center

11/13 Houston, TX
Toyota Center

11/16 Phoenix, AZ
US Airways Center

11/18 Sacramento, CA
Sleep Train Arena

11/19 Oakland, CA
Oracle Arena

11/21 Anaheim, CA
Honda Center

11/22 Las Vegas, NV
MGM Grand Garden Arena

11/24 San Diego, CA
Viejas Arena

11/25 Los Angeles, CA

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