Future Reveals Album Cover & Title: “I Never Liked You”

Future Reveals New Album Title ‘I Never Liked You’

Future unveils the title and cover to his upcoming album.

At the beginning of April, Future alerted fans that something was coming. In his typically casual way, he took to Twitter to share that his good friend and affiliate Young Scooter said he should drop an album this month, before advising fans to “stay ready stay woke.” The possibility didn’t come as a complete surprise, seeing as the rapper recently dropped off a new single, “Worst Day” for Valentine’s Day. Nonetheless, now there was proper acknowledgment and confirmation from the artist himself.

Following the underlying declaration, Future gave fans reliable secrets throughout the month. He’s dropped data on the undertaking one small step at a time, including a portion of the elements (Kanye West, FKA Twigs, Babyface Ray), a delivery date (April 29), and a new GQ cover which simply added to the promotion (and appears to have roused the cover workmanship).

Today, he’s chosen to give fans another secret, by sharing the cover craftsmanship and collection title. On April 29th, Future will deliver his next assortment of work: I Never Liked You.

The craftsmanship observes the rapper loose in the rearward sitting arrangement of what has all the earmarks of being an extravagance vehicle, with an eye veil covering his eyes as he rests. He’s shaking an eggplant purple silk-like suit and a few adornments on his wrist and fingers. Fans have in practically no time taken to Future’s remark segment in commendation of what they see, while the collection title is an early hit as well.

What do you think of the title and cover? Sound off in the comment section. Stay tuned for more details as we lead up to the release of I Never Liked You.


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