Assisting with the launch of a formidable year in Hip-Hop, Future set the culture ablaze when he dropped FUTURE and HNDRXX in February. Both albums debuted at number one on the Billboard charts, making Future the first artist to release two chart topping albums in consecutive weeks.
Future’s lingering legal battle with Rocko had no effect on the success of either project. “Mask Off” skyrocketed to the top of charts, introduced Trap Flute, and helped FUTURE receive platinum certification.
After the conclusion of his Nobody’s Safe Tour, Future immediately kicked off the FUTURE HNDRXX Tour alongside Freebandz signee Zoey Dollaz, Nigerian singer and songwriter WizKid, and Taylor Gang’s own Ty Dolla $ign.
The real turn up began as soon as Future hit the stage. After opening with “Draco”, Future proceeded to deliver a solid thirty minutes of his guest verses and hooks, reminding concert goers why he’s one of Hip-Hop’s “go to’s” for a smash single. He then reintroduced Ty Dolla $ign and the two performed their collaborations “Blase” and “Campaign”.
Just three days after his First Show Out, Kodak Black hit the stage to the loudest ovation from the night. After missing the Nobody’s Safe Tour due to legal troubles, it was DOPE of Future to give Kodak the chance to rock out in his backyard.
Few can rival Future’s energy on stage. However, the dance crew that joined him on stage gave him a run for his money. The chemistry between the two was evident as they Milly Rocked on Henny and every block all night.
By the way, its time for the Culture to officially induct “March Madness” into the Young Negro Spiritual Hall of Fame next to “Swag Surfin” and “Knuck If You Buck”.
The FUTURE HNDRXX Tour wasn’t my first Future performance, nor will it be my last. As long as he produces shows as lit as this one, I’ll be there.
Check out photos from the show down below and keep it locked to HennCredibly Dope and remember to
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