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Future Discusses New Album Honest

April 29, 2014
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Myspace presents the latest episode from journalist, blogger and entrepreneur Elliott Wilson’s interview series CRWN featuring an in-depth conversation with Future. Filmed in Future’s hometown of Atlanta, the audience was treated to an intimate discussion between the two on the same day his second album Honest was released.

Interview highlights include Future discussing the Dungeon Family's role in his career and his collaboration with Outkast’s Andre 3000 on Honest; his relationship with Drake and how they mended past issues to collaborate on Honest’s “Never Satisfied”; his time in the streets including a story about getting shot in the hand at 17 during an attempted robbery; and his relationship with fiancé Ciara.

View the full interview now via Myspace: https://myspace.com/crwn/video/crwn-x-future-making-hits-beyonce-and-honest-/109530459?mri=112207489

Future released widely praised new album Honest this past Tuesday, April 22 on A1/Freebandz/Epic Records. The all-star album, which received rave reviews from Rolling Stone, USA Today and the New York Times, features music industry luminaries Andre 3000, Drake, Kanye West, Wiz Khalifa as well as Pharrell, Pusha T and Casino who are featured on the rattling single “Move That Doh.” The album follows his critically acclaimed debut album PLUTO, which landed in the top ten of the U.S. Billboard 200 Chart and was slated in the top album lists of 2012 by the likes of the New York Times, Washington Post, and SPIN.

#CRWN gives fans an inside look into the music industry via the live, candid interview series hosted by Elliott Wilson. It’s an in-depth, interactive conversation where artists get real about their life, music, inspiration and creative process. The series has featured some of today’s hottest acts including Lil Wayne, Drake, Macklemore, R. Kelly, Rick Ross, and J. Cole, and has gained over 100 million impressions over multiple platforms. CRWN is executive produced by Jesse Kirshbaum in association with WatchLOUD and Myspace.
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