A1/Freebandz/Epic Records artist Future, in the middle of gearing up for his highly anticipated forthcoming album Honest out April 22nd, a recent performance and interview on “The Wendy...Expand
A1/Freebandz/Epic Records artist Future, in the middle of gearing up for his highly anticipated forthcoming album Honest out April 22nd, a recent performance and interview on “The Wendy Williams Show,” and his high charting radio single “Move That Dope” featuring Pharrell, Pusha T and Casino, has announced his very first headline tour, the Honest Tour, featuring supporting artists Rico Love, Que and Bando Jonez.
The tour, which kicks off May 23rd in Milwaukee, WI will cover the entire United States and parts of Canada, hitting major markets such as Chicago, New York City, Boston, Miami, Denver, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, concluding on July 12th in Montreal, Canada. Fans should expect a medley of Future’s hits such as “Turn On The Lights,” “Neva End,” “Magic” and more from his lauded debut album Pluto, material from a multitude of mixtapes as well as brand new tracks “Move That Dope,” “Honest,” “Sh!t” and more from his forthcoming album Honest. Tickets for the Honest Tour will be made available to the public on April 4th at www.Freebandz.com.
“I’m excited to finally hit the road to share my new album ‘Honest’ with the fans,” says Future. “It’s been a long time coming, but I promise this tour is going to be one you don’t want to miss out on!”
Currently, Future’s lead single “Move That Dope” ft. Pharrell, Pusha T and Casino off of Honest is climbing at radio with key adds in the New York City market and Clear Channel Premium Choice. Just in time for the release of Honest, Future will perform “Move That Dope” with Pusha T on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, April 23rd exclusively on NBC. The track, produced by Mike WiLL Made-It, has garnered over four million views on VEVO for its 80’s inspired music video (Watch Here) and Billboard recently stated, “’Move That Dope’ commands the utmost attention – and a quality subwoofer.” Additionally, the accompanying “Move That Doh” video game, an unprecedented move for a recording artist, has garnered attention from the LA Times to Complex Magazine for its unique, retro feel. Just last week, Future also performed “Move That Dope” on “The Wendy Williams Show” along with a sit down interview where Future discussed his relationship with Ciara, his baby on the way and new album (Watch Here).
Recently, Future revealed the superstar tracklist for Honest featuring music industry heavyweights Drake, Kanye West, Pharrell, Pusha T, Wiz Khalifa, Casino and Young Scooter as well as an appearance from Future’s legendary fellow Dungeon Family member, Andre’ 3000. Honest is jam-packed with Future’s most trusted producers such as Mike WiLL Made-It, 808 Mafia, Metro Boomin’ and more to maintain Future’s authentic and progressive sound.
Standard album pre-order link: http://smarturl.it/honest-album
Deluxe album pre-order link: http://smarturl.it/honest-album-dlx
Future’s sophomore effort Honest, 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. Bursting on to the music scene with his rattling lead single off PLUTO “Tony Montana” in late 2011, Future’s debut album continued to rise throughout 2012 with the second single “Turn On The Lights”, which is RIAA certified Gold. Throughout 2012 and 2013 Future has continued his prominence on the airwaves with appearances on top charting tracks that have made him a mainstay at urban radio. Tracks written by and featuring Future such as the Platinum-selling “Bugatti” with Ace Hood and Rick Ross, “Love Me” with Drake and Lil Wayne, the Certified Gold single “Body Party” with Ciara and “Loveeeeeee Song” with Rihanna off her GRAMMY-Award winning album, Unapologetic have all reached the top ten of the Urban Mainstream charts.
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