Nayvadius Dumun Wilburn, better known by the stage name Future, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. Known for his mumble-styles vocals and prolific output, Future is considered a pioneer of the use of melody and vocal effects in modern trap music. Due to the sustained contemporary popularity of his musical style, Future is regarded as one of the most influential rappers of his generation.
Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Future signed a recording contract with A1 Recordings and Epic Records in 2011, and released the albums Pluto and Honest, which contained the platinum singles "Turn On the Lights", "Honest", "Move That Dope", and "I Won". He then achieved major critical and commercial success with DS2 and its singles "Fuck Up Some Commas" and "Where Ya At", and followed it with Evol and the lead single "Low Life". Future's eponymous fifth album and its successor Hndrxx made him the first artist since 2014 to debut two albums in consecutive weeks atop the US Billboard 200; the former contained the international hits "Used to This" and "Mask Off".
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