Future is unstoppable right now. The ATL super trapper is fresh off dropping back-to-back studio albums FUTURE and HNDRXX and is already seeing the fruits of his labor come back tenfold. The hitmaker is currently making eight appearances on this week's Billboard Hot 100, as highlighted by Forbes.

The Future-assisted Maroon 5 single "Cold" currently sits at No. 23, while FUTURE songs "Draco," "Mask Off" and "Rent Money" make their debut on the chart at No. 46, 49 and 54 respectively. "Used to This," which features Drake and first dropped in November 2016, is at No. 67 while the Ariana Grande track "Everyday" featuring Hendrix sits at No. 70. Last but not least, "Super Trapper" and "Zoom," two more bass knockers off FUTURE, make their first appearance at No. 91 and 99.

No matter what the haters say, Future's back-to-back album release strategy is doing numbers. Earlier this month, the self-titled LP scored the rapper his fourth consecutive No. 1 album on the Billboard Top 200, moving 140,000 equivalent copies the first week. HNDRXX, which boasts features from Rihanna and The Weeknd and skews more to the R&B side, is also headed to the top spot according to Billboard's calculations. The LP is set to move 110-115,000 equivalent album units in the first week, which would propel the rapper to scoring his fifth consecutive solo project to debut at No. 1. Crazy.

Check out which new Future songs fans on Twitter are feeling most below.

Fans Name Their Favorite Song Off Future’s New Self-Titled Album

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