On his leg, Future recently got a new tattoo of Bob Marley, adding to a collection of other rather renowned body art.
This week, a video of the Atlanta rap artist’s most recent tattooing session appeared online. Future Hendrix is shown in the opening of the clip relaxing on a couch as a tattoo artist works on a fresh set of ink.
During the session, Future is seen on a FaceTime chat with a friend, whom he introduces to the work that artist Steve is producing. Future can be heard saying, “Put Take on there,” which appears to be a reference to late Migos member TakeOff, who was murdered and killed in November 2022, as he says he wants to add more tattoos to his collection.
The native of Atlanta already has numerous tattoos on his body. The fact that he already has tattoos of Dr. Martin Luther King’s 1956 mugshot, the continent of Africa, and Future’s record label, Freebandz, next to the new Bob Marley ink, suggests that his leg is a crucial location.
The future is off to a fantastic start this year. He began 2023 by releasing the official music video for “Back To Basics” from his most recent album, I NEVER LIKED YOU, in addition to getting a new tattoo. In addition, he started his One Big Party tour, which began on January 7 in Houston and lasted on January 27 in Boston. He also scored a guest appearance on Trippie Redd’s recently released MANSION MUSIK album.
One of Future’s most significant events this year occurred when he hinted that a collaboration album with Metro Boomin was forthcoming.
The 39-year-old shared a post from another Instagram account on his Instagram Story, stating that the two are preparing a joint endeavour. The post featured images of Future and Metro together as well as a video in which Metro suggested that their reunion will last longer than just a few songs.
The video was taken from the Grammy-winning producer’s conversation with Ebro Darden from last month, during which he discussed his decision to skip I NEVER LIKED YOU. He was meant to have produced a few songs for the album but decided it would be better if they worked on a full project together, according to Metro.
Future completed the majority of the album at my LA studio, according to him. “That’s my brother, but we have some stuff to work out. We had originally planned to include a few songs with just myself and him, but after speaking with him, we decided against it.
“Look, the last time anyone heard a song from me and you was ‘Mask Off,'” he added. Therefore, we had to wait and just give them a joint rather than just randomly posting one or two of the tunes we’d done on this site.