Future's favorite song and the artist he wants to collab with might surprise you

The 'Mask Off' rapper revealed his all-time favorite track
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Future’s favorite song may surprise you. It’s actually one of the most famous love songs ever! Speaking with GQ, the “Mask Off” rapper revealed his all-time favorite track and the artist he wishes to collaborate with.

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The proclaimed “best rapper alive” answered a few questions from his celebrity friends including Juila Fox, Jack Harlow, DJ Khaled, and Trae Young. “Future, I got a question for you.” Young inquired. “If you could pick one artist past or present. Female or male to do a joint collab with, who would it be?” Future paused for a moment before responding with “Whitney Houston.” He additionally mentioned that Whitney’s rendition of “I Will Always Always Love You” is his favorite song. “I just like, love the song. Love the voice,” Future said.

In the May cover story, written by veteran journalist Elliot Wilson, Future opened up about his forthcoming album. “I’m putting myself out there,” he told GQ. “Sharing my lifestyle with the world. Sharing my pain with the world. Sharing my ups, sharing my downs with the entire universe.” Future also discussed working with Kanye West, who is reportedly featured on the “Stick Talk” rapper’s upcoming LP. “Me and Kanye always had a relationship. But it’s hard for people to understand, because I don’t put everything on Instagram. Kanye flew me to Paris in 2011 or 2012 to work on music,” he shared.

After eight studio albums and over a dozen mixtapes, Future’s yet-to-be-titled album is set to release April 29. The untitled project follows 2020’s High Off Life, marking his longest hiatus to date. His latest single “Worst Day” dropped earlier this year on Valentine’s Day.

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