Rihanna & The Weeknd May Be Featured On Future’s Album ‘HNDRXX’

Christina Lee | February 22, 2017 11:15 am
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Adam Levine parties at Future's crib, to find his drink was spiked with acid (or something).

UPDATE: Future revealed the tracklist. Check it out below.

Future can’t stop, won’t stop. Last night (February 21) the Atlanta rap titan announced a new album, HENDRXX, on Instagram. In that post he tagged Rihanna and The Weeknd, hinting that they may be featured.

Future has a good rapport with both household names. His first crossover collaboration was actually “Loveeeeeee Song,” the underrated, spacey slow jam off Rihanna‘s Unapologetic. Four years later he tag-teamed the Weeknd in “Low Life,” the sinister EVOL lead single that eventually went double platinum.

Just last week, Future kicked off 2017 with his ruthless self-titled, where he reestablished that he doesn’t need any features, per say. (FUTURE is projected to become his fourth No. 1 album this week.) By comparison, Hits Daily Double reported that his second set will be more “Rhythmic-leaning and radio-friendly,” perhaps like his recent collabs with Maroon 5 and Ariana Grande.

When Future officially announced HENDRXX, though, he simply called it “the album I always wanted to make, timing is everything.”

Future’s HENDRXX tracklist:

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