Future - DS2 - 2015 RSD Hip Hop - Trap - Teal Colored Vinyl - Sealed 150 Grm 2LP

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Future -DS2


   Epic – 88875127251, Freebandz Entertainment – 88875127251

2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition, Reissue, Special Edition, Stereo, Teal
Country:    USA, Canada & Europe
Released:   Apr 23, 2022
Genre:      Hip Hop
Style:      Trap, Pop Rap
2022 reissue on Teal vinyl for Record Store Day 2022.
7560 Copies pressed.
Teal vinyl appears darker than teal, similar to a royal blue with a hint of teal.
'DS2' is an acronym for 'Dirty Sprite 2'.
Barcode: 9439-90087-1

Barcode (Barcode on Sticker in Image): 194399008713

Notes:This release is a deluxe 150-gram colored vinyl edition and includes a digital download.
Released:18 Sep 2015
Genre:Hip Hop


A1 Thought It Was a Drought
A2 I Serve the Base
A3 Where Ya At
A4 Groupies

B1 Lil One
B2 Stick Talk
B3 Freak Hoe
B4 Rotation
B5 Slave Master

C1 Blow a Bag
C2 Colossal
C3 Rich $ex
C4 Blood On the Money

Bonus Tracks
D1 Trap Niggas
D2 The Percocet & Stripper Joint
D3 Real Sisters
D4 Kno the Meaning
D5 Fuck Up Some Commas

Companies, etc.

Distributed By – Epic Records


Executive-Producer – Future
Executive-Producer [Associate] – Rodney "Rocko" Hill
Producer – Metro Boomin

Future’s debut album, Pluto, was a showcase of genre-bending potential. His sophomore effort, Honest, was an argument for that potential being overestimated. Instead of being Future’s coronation, it symbolized major labels’ plunder of creativity. “Move That Dope” is still a highlight, but many would rather forget the lasting image of Future creeping on the beach with Kanye West.

Future’s style isn’t inelastic, though. Following what many saw as a disappointment, the Atlanta rapper and singer started baring his teeth — rejecting romantic odes for scorned f+++-offs (on “Throw Away”: “Go on, f+++ that n+++, get it over with”), motivational anthems (“Fuck Up Some Commas” and “Trap N+++”), and leaner, more physical production. The result was an impressive three-mixtape run (Monster, Beast Mode, and 56 Nights), and now Future’s third album, DS2, is the crown jewel of his creative peak.

DS2, aka Dirty Sprite 2, the sequel to Future’s breakthrough 2011 mixtape, was clearly put out to capitalize on the hype, which could lead to the suspicion that it was cobbled together. It wasn’t. The production is bass-riding astral-gazing that’s less Beast Mode and more 56 Nights psychedelia. Future’s producers (including Metro Boomin, Southside, and Zaytoven) mesh fluidly here, and the change in production credits is only immediately discernible with the signature drops (Southside’s Kill Bill siren is a small joy in itself).

Future’s presence is notably populist here, but he isn’t stretching to appease. After starting off with something as auspicious as “I just fu++ your b+++ in some Gucci flip-flops,” he maximizes his voice-as-instrument style to palatable effect. He’s blowing money with carnival glee amidst whizzing sonics on “Blow a Bag”, and he’s causing collateral damage in Atlanta strip clubs with “Freak Hoe” (a dystopian “Back That Azz Up”).

Despite initial skepticism, the more than 125,000 units DS2 is predicted to sell in its first week shows #FutureHive is a very real thing. DS2 works when Future, who fancies himself as the streets’ motivator, embraces that sort of mythology. It’s something he perfected with “Trap Niggas”: The come-up is a communal one. On “Slave Master”, Future moves from trap spaghetti western melancholy to chanting the name of A$AP Yams (whose last tweet before he passed away was a reference to “Codeine Crazy”). “Rich $ex” could’ve been another of Future’s more misogynist numbers. Instead, we get sexual equality within Metro Boomin and Southside’s spacial bacchanal: We’re both wearing Rollies, now let’s join our bodies within our shared wealth.

On each of the highlights, Future uses his command of melody to transform lines into slogans. DS2 is his strongest campaign yet, and it’s the first time a new Future album has met all expectations.

Essential Tracks: “Blow a Bag”, “Rich $ex”, and “Lil One”

More Information
Condition New
Format 2LP
Label Epic
Color Blue