The reign of Future Hendrix continues. Today, Billboard revealed his new self-titled album could pull in 150,000 equivalent album units in just its first week of release.

If that figure turns out to be accurate, it'll be the Atlanta rapper's biggest first week sales total to date. Either way, it appears Future's latest project will be his fourth consecutive LP to land at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 200.

In other Future-related news, rumor has it the "March Madness" performer will be releasing his second album in as many weeks on Friday (Feb. 24). Future himself hasn't explicitly confirmed the rumor, but he didn't go out of his way to shoot it down when a fan asked him if he was doing a new project because of his legal dispute with Rocko.

“No way in the fuck am I doing it for him,” he explained in a video he uploaded to his Twitter account. He continued, “But at the same time, know what I’m saying, shit gon’ get took care of. We working, we richer than ever, you know what I’m saying? When niggas go broke they do dumb shit. I don’t know what’s going on, but at the end of the day, we making hits, we making history,they want to be part of history you got to do something to tag along. So that’s what it is. Tag along nigga.”

Future also offered up a new trailer for his "Draco" visual. "Draco" is one of the best songs from his latest LP, and you can see the trailer for the track's music video below.


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