Future is releasing his new album, DS2, or Dirty Sprite 2, at the end of this week, and as part of the promotion for the anticipated project, the Atlanta MC is rolling out his new documentary, Like I Never Left, exclusively on Complex. In part one of the documentary, Future sits down with Elliott Wilson to talk about his last album, Honest, and how he felt that he took too much advice from people while making the project. "I feel like I'm losing by myself," Future said.
Future also opened up about his relationship with Ciara, and revealed that she didn't want to work with him or Mike WiLL Made-It on her most recent album, even though they had just come off the success of "Body Party," which saw top 25 success on the charts.
On their planned wedding, which he said Ciara was trying to rush together, Future said that he didn't want to have a big event that would be on all of the media outlets because he just wasn't comfortable with it. "I'm not comfortable with where I'm at in my career, I'm not comfortable about compromising, about just being the person that I am, being the man that I am," Future said. "And I feel like, my better judgment is to go back and record and make music, make the music that I know the people want. I know they want the ratchet shit from me, I know they want me to say the most disrespectful shit it is because that's just what they come from me, I came in like that."