Future Hendrix. Super Future. The Wizard. Whichever name you know him by, Future has quickly risen to the top of the rap game. Future’s recent surge of success and popularity is largely due to the string of free mixtapes (Monster, Beast Mode, 56 Nights) he released after his sophomore album “Honest.” These mixtapes all boasted album quality material and ultimately culminated in Future’s third studio album, Dirty Sprite 2 (stylized as DS2), which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, and his joint effort with Drake, What a Time to Be Alive, which was recently certified gold. 534 more words
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Last week, Bill Watts at M&E practice Max Fordham wrote a passionate rant against CHP and heat networks on the Construction Manager website.
The crux of Bill’s message is that real world losses on new build projects are higher than losses calculated using manufacturers’ specs and SAP. 753 more words
Future was the hottest artist this past Summer along with Drake, and then they did an album together as you know and since then he’s been as lit as the ember on your rillo or paper plane. 37 more words