With a new mixtape, album and tracks with Diplo and Kanye West on the way, something had to give for Future. The Atlanta rapper has announced that his highly anticipated new mixtape, Super Future/Fire Marshall, has been postponed. The double-disc record was originally slated to drop on October 23 via Free Bandz, but now it’s been pushed back without a new release date.
Future is apparently putting the tape on hold so that he can rerelease his debut LP, Pluto, before the end of the year. Pluto 3-D, as it’s being called, is due out around Thanksgiving with the Kelly Rowland-featuring “Neva End” remix as lead single.
Future revealed all this in an interview with HipHopDX before getting into detail about his other projects. Regarding his upcoming joints with Diplo and Kanye and his sophomore album, Future Hendrix, Future had this to say:
The Diplo [track] might be coming out next year on Future Hendrix. The same with Kanye [West's track]. It’s something I’m gonna work on for Future Hendrix or either work on his album or any project that he’s working on, so you never know where it’ll take you. You just gotta make sure you make hit records and be prepared for wherever they go to. You just want to be prepared for success.