Future may walk around with a "Draco in the book bag," but he can still get pretty tender when he wants to. The "Trap Niggas" rapper showed off his more gentle side when he recently performed his ultra-smooth HNDRXX cut, "Incredible" on Ellen.

With a live band behind him, Hendrix bounced around stage as he sang a highly edited version of the mellow song over very 1980s-sounding music. "I was havin' trust issues/But I've been havin' way better luck since you/I know it's true love with you/Told myself I don't wanna fall in love with you/Rollin' on the eway speedin'," Future sang in the song's first verse.

"Incredible" is one of the better tracks of HNDRXX, a decidedly smoother, more R&B-sounding project than his recently released self-titled album. It may be a different vibe, but it looks like it will lead to the same success.

Earlier this week, it was revealed that HNDRXX is on track to move between 110-115,000 equivalent album units in just the first week of its release. This would give Future his second consecutive No. 1 debut in as many weeks, and if the projections hold steady, the project will be his fifth consecutive solo project to debut at No. 1 overall. Needless to say, not bad.

In other Future-related news, the DS2 rapper recently shot an ultra-raunchy new music video with Nicki Minaj. You can read more about that here.

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