Future made big news this month by releasing his fifth studio album, self-titled “Future” on Feb. 17. Only one week later he released his sixth, “HNDRXX.” “Future” is similar to previous work of the artist. “Rent Money,” “Mask Off” and “Scrape” showcase Future’s original hip-hop sounds, but the rest of the album can be considered lackluster. Future redeemed himself with the release of “HNDRXX.” This album, on the other hand, ditches old sounds for a pop and R&B feel. Songs like “My Collection,” “Incredible” and “Hallucinating” bring a new energy to “HNDRXX.” There are a few tracks that don’t add much uniqueness to the album and may be easily overlooked, but Future’s collaborations with The Weeknd and Rihanna are songs that will definitely be fan favorites. The album’s different feel makes Future a force to be reckoned with in today’s music industry.

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