Put in the proper amount of studio work and it'll eventually pay off. It's an old and basic concept in the music industry, and one that Future has seemed to grasp very early on.

With the Atlanta rapper dropping two consecutive albums— FUTURE and HNDRXX— he currently has eight songs on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, which is an incredible feat to say the least.

The FUTURE songs "Super Trapper" and "Zoom" hit No. 91 and 99 respectively, while Ariana Grande's "Everyday," featuring the rapper, landed at No. 70.

Plus, the Drake-assisted "Used To This" is No. 67 and "Draco," "Mask Off" and "Rent Money" are No. 46, 49 and 54 on the charts. Lastly, the song "Cold," featuring Maroon 5, scored the No. 23 position.

On top of that, the HNDRXX album is estimated to sell between 110-115,000 equivalent album units in its first week and could give the gruffed voiced crooner his fifth No. 1 album in a row. He got his fourth consecutive No. 1 earlier this month with the FUTURE project.

In his recent interview with Zane Lowe, the Freebandz founder said he wanted to take a different approach on his new album, and he didn't want to make the same music over and over.

"I don't want to be attached to What A Time To Be Alive or Dirty Sprite 2," he said. "Even though that's me, but that was something special, that was a moment ... Hopefully, this lane [will] be longer than the lane when I had the driving force to put out those projects. I want this lane to have it's own potential to be something that can surpass that."

By the way it looks, that lane has been given to Future, and it seems that people are giving him room to grow as an artist.

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