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American rapper, Future unveils “I Never Liked You” new Album Cover & Title

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Future’s new album “I Never Liked You” features a new cover and title.

The 38-year-old American rapper and musician dropped this on Monday, barely months after promising something to his followers on social media.

Future, like he often does, said on Twitter that his good friend and associate Young Scooter advised he should release an album this month, before telling fans to “keep ready, stay woke.” The notion wasn’t completely unexpected, given that the rapper just released a new tune, “Worst Day,” for Valentine’s Day.

However, the artist’s acknowledgment and confirmation had finally arrived.

Future teased followers throughout the month following the first announcement.

He’s been slowly leaking details about the album, including some of the guests (Kanye West, FKA Twigs, and Babyface Ray), a release date (April 29), and a recent GQ cover that further added to the buzz (and seems to have inspired the cover art).

 

 

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Future’s next album, I Never Liked You, will be released on April 29th.

The rapper is seen in the backseat of what looks to be a luxurious automobile, sleeping with an eye mask covering his eyes.

He’s dressed in a purple silk-like outfit with jewels on his wrist and fingers. Fans have flocked to Future’s comment area to appreciate what they see, and the album title has already become a hit.

What are your thoughts on the title and cover design? Leave your thoughts in the comments area. Keep an eye out for further information as we get closer to the publication of I Never Liked You.

 

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