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Atlanta rapper Future is giving hip-hop heads a significant purpose to think about turning into an Apple Music subscriber. The hip-hop celebrity has teased followers about his upcoming THE WIZRD documentary.

Future hopped on Instagram Tuesday (January eight) with a sneak peek at his Mass Appeal-produced Apple Music unique.

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Watch on @applemusic 1.11 #THEWIZRD 🧙🏿‍♂️

A publish shared by Future Hendrix (@future) on Jan eight, 2019 at 10:02am PST

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Last week, the hip-hop heavyweight promised to ship a brand new album within the coming weeks.

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The similar day, Future introduced he had a brand new Mass Appeal-produced The WIZRD documentary and solo album each dropping in January.

“Crushed Up” is only the start although. It heralds the arrival of his seventh full-length album, dropping on January 18. This marks his first new solo album because the historic success of the 2017 albums Future and Hndrxx and the multiplatinum banger “Mask Off,” constructing on this unimaginable basis and momentum to go even larger in 2019. Adding one other dimension to this subsequent section, Future shares the small print for his Official Documentary, The WIZRD, debuting completely worldwide on Apple Music. The feature-length movie follows the artist carefully and peeks into corners of his world never-seen-before—till now. It opens up a window into his story and creativity not like anything.

To promote his new Apple Music unique, Future will host a number of screenings from coast to coast.

To correctly launch The WIZRD, he’ll personally host screenings with a Q&A and album listening in Los Angeles [January 8, iPic Theaters], and New York [January 10, iPic Theaters Southstreet Seaport]. It formally releases on Apple Music worldwide on January 11. Meanwhile, he opens up a limited-edition D2C retailer with an entire new merch assortment January 11. The subsequent period of Future begins now with “Crushed Up.”

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