Future Claims That His DS2 Album Changed The Hip-Hop Music Industry
Atlanta-based rapper Future celebrates the fifth-year anniversary of his DS2 album by praising the album.
The 36-year-old rapper shared a bunch of photos on IG Stories to celebrate the anniversary of the DS2 album and claimed that the album changed the hip-hop industry and style of rap music. He wrote:
“Monster mixtape was a game-changer… Beast mode, 56 nights was way ahead of its time and DS2 made sense. Rip Seth.”
DS2 is Future’s third studio album. It was released on July 17, 2015, through A1 Recordings and Freebandz and distributed by Epic Records. The album is a continuation of the breakout mixtape Dirty Sprite. It has production from Metro Boomin, Southside, and Zaytoven.
See the Instagram photo below.