André 3000 Has Some Words About Future That Fans Can Probably Relate To...

André 3000 Has Some Words About Future That Fans Can Probably Relate To...

"Future makes the most negative inspirational music ever."

Published 6 days ago

Future’s The WIZRD project is the first of its kind for the Atlanta trapateer, who is incorporating a documentary and Apple Music exclusive for its rollout.

In the Mass Appeal-produced doc, several of Fewtch’s fellow industry supporters are included, as they offer words on him, his artistry and evolution as the FutureHive balances on the edges of their seat for the January 18-slated project. Notably, hip-hop veteran and ATL-ien icon André 3000 showed face for the documentary, and his words on the Beastmode 2 rapper is likely to make the FutureHive hall of fame.

  1. Andre explained that him and his son actually bond over their shared fandom of Future

    “Me and my son, we Future fanatics man,” he said. “And we sit and listen to it, and I said, ‘Man, Future makes the most negative inspiration music ever.’” Andre admires the dynamics of not only Fewtch’s sound, but his lyricism as well.

    “The sh** he’s talking about could kill a man in a week, but at the same time, if you’re saying,” he continued. “‘I’m flying first class flights on these p**sy n***as,’ it’s like that’s a celebration, we made our own money."

  2. The documentary, as told by its synopsis, will focus on "Future's life on and off the stage." Director Marcus A. Clarke will spearhead the production, as live footage of performances, shooting hoops with industry brothers like Young Thug and time spent with his kids will be reflected as well. 

    See a clip from André's The WIZRD documentary inclusion below and catch the full thing on Apple Music, available today (January 11). 

     

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photos from left: Paras Griffin/Getty Images, Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images)

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