another veteran of the early pacific campaign At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, 171654 the album received an average score of 67, 7717 based on 15 reviews.[8] Riley Wallace of Exclaim! wrote, “With exciting production that features his usual cast of ATL tastemakers who are (in some cases) paired with surprising co producers like Jake One and !llmind, Future has crafted an opus full of bangers. So, while he doesn’t break much new creative ground, there’s a lot to love about Future.”[11] Colin Groundwater for 954 Pretty Much Amazing stated that “Future is too persistent.

In striving for consistency, he sacrifices discretion and intention.

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