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Future EngineersP.B.K - Down-Time album mp3

Future EngineersP.B.K - Down-Time album mp3

Performer: Future Engineers
Title: Down-Time
Style: Drum n Bass, Jungle
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Future (stylized on digital releases as FUTURE) is the eponymous fifth studio album by American rapper Future. It was released on February 17, 2017, by A1 Recordings, Freebandz and Epic Records. The album features production by Metro Boomin, Zaytoven, DJ Khaled, The Beat Bully, Southside, alongside production from other members of 808 Mafia such as DY, Fuse, Tarentino and Tre Pounds. The album was supported by three singles: "Draco", "Mask Off" and "Extra Luv".

Sonically, FUTURE plays with a pretty interesting array of textures, from the Arcade Fire-sampling minimalist piano chord on Might As Well to the whiny, xylophonic chimes on Zoom to the wobbly frets screeching on Outta Time. Some songs mimic the unpredictable strobe of a laser light show; others induce oriental flute music. Some are fixed, oscillating to and from a single point (like POA and Flip ). Others are slightly off-balance ( Massage in My Room )

FUTURE is the fifth album by Atlanta rapper Future. It was released on February 17, 2017. The original release of FUTURE contained 17 featureless tracks that spanned just over an hour. In June of 2017, Future added Used To This, the official Mask Off Remix, and Extra Luv to the album’s tracklist.

Atlanta, United States. SAVE ME Album · 2019. This playlist has no tracks yet. 1. XanaX Damage. 3. Please Tell Me. 460K. 5. Government Official. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. Drop your files here.

Future added to the hype surrounding his upcoming self-titled album by sharing the tracklist and a trailer for the project. Future, due out Friday (February 17), is made up of 17 tracks with no listed features. Is he given J. Cole a run for his money?)

Even now, Future is preparing to release HNDRXX, his second album in 14 days, while everyone continues to process last week’s FUTURE, only adding to a five-year canon streak that’s become exhausting. Contrary to the beliefs of -Starboy-and-VIEWS truthers, it’s not the glut of product that’s Future’s problem. Or maybe Future’s as numb and unaware as his tunes increasingly come off. On the interestingly titled Outta Time, he asks, Who knew I’d get this much attention? and you wonder if releasing 11 fully-formed song cycles in five years truly was a survival tactic.

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