After wrestling with his love life on part one of his documentary Like I Never Left, Future takes us to his sanctuary: the studio. Here, we watch the rapper take a break from his Jungle Tour with Drake and hibernate in producer 40's studio to lay down some vocals. While in the studio, Future reflects on his past success and his recent smash, "F--- Up Some Commas."

"I wanted the average person to feel like they wanna f--- up some commas," he said. "It feel like this is a motivational song. It makes you feel like you have a chance to do it," he explained to journalist Elliott Wilson.

From 56 Nights to Beast Mode and more, Future elaborates on his past mixtape releases and his decision to feed the streets.

"I came back and dropped nothing but street records after I done dropped No.1 records. Came back with the mixtapes and gave [them] away free after I had achieved a certain amount of success in the industry and being a superstar in the game or so to speak, whatever," he states. "To come back to my essence, to my core fans and deliver something that they can accept and live with and feel great about, and accept me as one of your own... like I never left."

Future's barrage of mixtapes in 2015 includes Monster, Beast Mode and his most recent release 56 Nights. Just like he did with part one of his documentary, Future debuts a snippet of a new record that will appear on Dirty Sprite 2 at the end of part two.

With Dirty Sprite 2 only a few days away, the anticipation for his new album continues to grow.

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