In the exclusive debut of part two of Future's Like I Never Left documentary, the Atlanta MC takes a break from Drake's "Jungle Tour" stop in Toronto to record some new music in Noah "40" Shebib's personal studio in the city. During this clip, Future once again talks with Elliott Wilson about the process that goes into his new music, and how he wanted to give fans a complete body of work with his Monster mixtape, rather than just dropping "Fuck Up Some Commas," which he knew was going to be a hit.
Future also mentioned that even though he has consistently dropped hit singles every year since he's been out, he wanted to come with a strong body of work like it was a show and prove situation in his career, rather than the typical formula. "I came back and dropped nothing but street records after I done dropped No. 1 records. Came back with the mixtapes and gave away free after I had achieved a certain amount of success in the industry and being a superstar in the game or so to speak whatever," Future said. "To come back to my essence, to my core fans and deliver something that they can accept and live with and feel great about, and accept me as one of your own... like I never left."
As with part one, Future included a snippet of new music at the end of this clip, which is sure to get you even more excited for DS2 before it officially drops on Friday. Watch part two of the Like I Never Left documentary above, and pre-order the project on iTunes here.