Watch Part Two of Future’s ‘Like I Never Left’ Documentary

With his new album Dirty Sprite 2 dropping on Friday, Future has released part of two his documentary series, Like I Never Left.
The piece begins with the Atlanta rapper recording at Noah “40” Shebib’s studio in Toronto and then goes to Chicago, where he sits down with Elliot Wilson to discuss his career.
Topics include the meaning behind “Commas,” being known for a body of work as opposed to singles, staying consistent throughout the years, and more. The video then concludes with a snippet of an unreleased song from his new album.
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