Future’s First Week Sales Projections Already Have Him Working On A Follow-up Album Due Out Later This Year

04.23.14 3 years ago 33 Comments

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Despite having Andre 3000, Kanye, Pharrell and other high profile names on Honest, Future still can’t move them units.

HDD says Nayvadius’ third album is on pace to sell 45,000-50,000 copies its first week out, flop-like numbers for a rapper said to be at the “center of the Hip Hop universe.” The projected sales are only a slight bump from his 2012 effort, Pluto, which sold 41,000 copies its debut week.

Meanwhile, the “Move That Dope” rapper is already working on a follow-up album that he plans on releasing sometime this year. Future says Future Hendrix will be filled with cuts that didn’t make Honest.

Via Tuesday’s interview with V-103.

“I wanna drop like two entire albums out this year. We working on the next one and I’ma be able to put those records that didn’t make Honest on that sound, if it fit the album. I continue to work. I wanna be consistent and stay creative. Music change everyday and your mood change everyday and you wanna be able to capture the moment.”

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