Future's self-titled album has taken the game by storm, the release already on its way to a monster first week. In promoting the album, Future swung by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Tuesday night (Feb. 21) to perform "Draco," one of the stand-out Future tracks.

Accompanied by DJ Esco, Future keeps his hoodie up, a good deal less animated than his wheel-spinning comrade, who acts out the lyric "Did the Heisman on the hoe got the stiff arm."

As Fallon mentions in the performance clip, Future is on course to be the rapper's fourth consecutive no. 1 album in less than two years. His past releases DS2, What A Time to Be Alive and Evol have all been certified gold as well. Early projections forecast Future moving roughly 150,000 equivalent album units in its first week of release. That leads to high expectations for the Album 200 charts, with some singles like "Draco" or "Super Trapper," which received a video treatment as well, likely to make a Hot 100 debut, too.

In true Future form, the rapper is reportedly prepared to release a follow-up album this week, a pre-order for his new LP HNDRXX surfacing on iTunes. It has17 tracks, just like the self-titled album. “The album I always wanted to make, timing is everything & with that being said #HNDRXX link in my bio,” he wrote on Instagram.

Watch Future perform "Draco" below, with more on the way in a matter of days.

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