With his 3rd project being released this year, Future also takes on Rolling Stone’s invitation to appear for their latest magazine issue. During their exclusive interview Future debates subjects such as recording studio rituals, Ciara and his son, growing up in East Atlanta and more.
On growing up in East Atlanta and getting into a life of drugs:
“I was caught up in the streets. I’m smarter today than I was then. If I was smart as I am now, I would have asked for more work. I would have been reading more books. Just as much as I work in the studio now, I would have been in school that much. … I don’t even talk about being locked up in any of my songs,” he says. “I did whatever came with my environment. I played the hand that was dealt to me.”
On where’s he’s headed with music:
“I want to keep doing what I’m doing and see how far I can go, see when it stops. See what the end is like. I want to make this moment last as long as I can make it. If I miss a day, I’m afraid I’ll miss out on a smash record.”
Check out the full interview on Rolling Stone.