Future Reveals That He Earns A Million Dollars Per Show
Future rose to prominence in the music industry in the 2010s. For his distinctive style of rapping, the Atlanta native smashed records, topped charts, and received honors at the age of 38.
The “Life is Good” rapper went on a Twitter rant yesterday, revealing how much it costs to book him for a show. He stated, “How many trap n*ggas u kno can get 1mil ah show??? #IMDATN*GGA” This is a large increase from previous years. Back in 2015, TMZ reported that the rapper charged $150,000 to perform for 45 minutes.
After seeing his tweet, Twitter users showered him with praise. Several people declared him the greatest of all time, while others pleaded with him to release his album. The rapper then tweeted a reminder, “seven more days,” referring to the release date of his next album.
He captioned a photo on Instagram on April 13 with the phrase “4.29 title TBA.” He’s been teasing the album for the past month, even revealing a couple of artists who would be on it. He wrote “BABYFACE RAY on my album” and “YE on my album fasho” in tweets on April 7.
Following the release of High Off Life in 2020, this will be his first solo album in two years. The project featured artists such as Drake, Lil Durk, NBA Youngboy, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug, and many others, and included 21 tracks.
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