After what has been one of the best album roll-outs of the year, Future's DS2 is finally available on iTunes. The album boasts a solitary feature from Drake on the just-released single "Where Ya At" and also includes a couple of Future's recent mixtape hits in the form of "F*ck Up Some Commas" and "Real Sisters." Production on the album is handled largely by Metro Boomin, Southside, and Zaytoven.
Considering the mixtape tear Future has been on, the hour-long DS2 is without a doubt one of the most anticipated releases of the year and counts as his third of 2015 following Beast Mode and 56 Nights released in January and March respectively. Earlier this month Future dropped a video for "Real Sisters" and then, the next day, announced that DS2 would be released in just a little over a week. The first single and video, "Blow A Bag," came last Friday, and then Complex has been premiering Future's Like I Never Left documentary all week.