A Grammy-nominated rapper, Future has been making waves in the hip-hop scene for over a decade. Throughout his career, he has released numerous hits including Where Ya At, Honest, Move that Dope, I Won, and Selfish, to name a few. Most recently, he came out with his sixth studio album, Hndrxx in February 2017. Interested in learning more about the artist? We’ve got more on him down below.
Future Personal Facts – 2018 Update
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Occupation and Job
Rap artist, Songwriter, Singer, Record Producer
Future rose to fame with the release of his debut album, Pluto in 2012. Since then, he has dropped several big hits including March Madness, Jumpman, Low Life, Stick Talk, Move That Dope, and I Won, to name a few.
Age – How Old is He?
He is currently 34 years old
Birthday/Date of Birth
His birthday is on November 20, 1983
Place of Birth/Hometown
Future was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, where he resides to this day.
He is African American
Future Height, Weight & Body Facts
How Tall – Height in Feet
He is 6’2 tall
How Tall – Height in Meters
He is 1.88 meters tall
Weight in Pounds
He currently weighs 192 pounds
Weight in Kilograms
He currently weighs 87kg
At this time, Future body measurements are unavailable
His shoe size has not been disclosed
Is Future Currently in a Relationship?
As far as we know, Future is currently single.
In the past, the rapper has been romantically involved with many women including Joie Chavis, Aaleeyah Petty, Nicki Minaj, India Jones, and Brittni Truth. At one point in 2013, he was also engaged to Ciara.
As far as we know, Future does not have any sisters.
He has a brother named Rocko, who is also a rap artist.
Future is the father of four children (to four different women). In fact, his inability to pay child support had led him to be sued by two of his baby mothers, Ciara, and Jessica Smith.
As a student, Future studied at Columbia High School in DeKalb County, Georgia.
As far as we know, Future has not gone to college.
At this time, we do not have any information on Future’s salary.
As of 2017, Future has an estimated net worth of $3.5 Million.
Japanese cuisine is one of his favorites
Favorite TV Show
Favorite Music Artists
Born on November 20, he is a Scorpio
This information is currently unknown
This information is currently unknown
Future’s Social Media Accounts & Usernames
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Future’s Youtube Channel
Future’s Snapchat Username
Future’s Snapchat username is @Fbgboss
Other Interesting Facts:
- He received his stage name, “Future”, from when he performed with the music group, The Dungeon Family in the early 90’s
- According to reports, his engagement with Ciara had ended in 2014, due to infidelity
- In 2016, he co-headlined the Summer Sixteen Tour with Drake, which consisted of over 50 shows across North America
- He has released half a dozen mixtapes throughout his career including 56 Nights, Beast Mode, Monster, What a Time to be Alive, Super Slimy, and Purple Reign
- Have of his singles have received gold certification or higher including Where Ya At, Mask Off, Low Life, Move That Dope, and Jumpman
- He signed his first major label contract with Epic Records in the fall of 2011, just days prior to the release of his tape, Streetz Calling
- He has been featured as a musical guest on many talk shows such as The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The Ellen Degeneres Show, The Arsenio Hall Show, and Saturday Night Live
- His music has been used in numerous TV series including Verified, Atlanta, The Quad, Dear White People, and Creed
- Not long after making his major label debut, he was included in XXL’s annual Freshman list in 2012
- His prevalent use of Auto-Tune has been criticized by T-Pain in the past
- He has won numerous awards throughout his career including a BET Award, two BET Hip-Hop Awards, a Much Music Video Award, among many others
- It was his first cousin, Rico Wade (a fellow member of The Dungeon Family), that had encouraged him to pursue a full-time career as a rapper