American rapper, Future, is wild, as he lands the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. The rapper has been having one hell of a year. Check out the singer’s chat about syrup, strippers and heavy angst.
The feature story on Future was conducted by Rolling Stone writer, Brian Hiatt at Future's recording spot and mansion in the (gated) Atlanta suburbs. At the studio with Future, the rapper completely records four songs and is still chill after the drive that holds the records gets corrupted.
He refuses to discuss, rapper, Desiigner, telling Hiatt, "I never worried about anyone else ... I don't even want his name in the article." They also talk about Future's failed relationship with Ciara right after the release of Future's first album, ‘Honest’.
"I was scared as shit," Future says, "I was one step away from being married, and I feel like I failed publicly in relationships. Then you want to go back to doing music, to what you know.
And if the people didn't accept you again, the one thing you feel like you can fall back on, it walked away from you. You feel like it's over." He added, "I remember Esco going, 'You need to spend time in the studio and get back to creating. Block all that shit out. You going through a lot right now.
Turn that shit into music, or it's gonna get the best of you.' Because everything's popping up in the media. Every day, it's something. It was getting bigger than my music."
Regardless of all that’s happened with Ciara (and her new boo Russell Wilson), Future still wants her to be happy, saying, "Her being successful, her being happy, helps me."