Future had a bit of a 'lax 2018 which still included the curation of a soundtrack and the release of two other projects. However, he kicked off 2019 with the release of his latest project The WZRD and it appears as if he has a few other projects on the way. The rapper was set to head to Singapore to make his big debut in the country but it looks like that won't be going down after all.
Future was set to perform at ZEPP@BIGBOX, a venue inside of a massive mall in Singapore, on May 9th but the promoters have announced that it won't be going down. LAMC Productions revealed that the show has been canceled due to "unforeseen circumstances." Tickets will be fully refunded at their point of purchase.
Aside from his scrapped show, the ATLien's been teasing the arrival of HNDRXX 2 over the past few months. It's unsure when he'll drop it but considering the 2017 R&B-centric album arrived with short notice, Future might just drop the project without warning. He said that he postponed the release of the project in early March to allow Gunna's debut album to have it's own moment to shine. Additionally, he and Drake have been teasing the release of a sequel to their collaborative project, What A Time To Be Alive. However, it seems like we might have to wait a while for that one to drop.