HNDRXX

Future - HNDRXX
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2017 Ratings: #141 / 716
User Score
Based on 203 ratings
2017 Ratings: #563
February 24, 2017 / Release Date
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CRITIC REVIEWS

84
HipHopDX

HNDRXX provides a view into a modern rock star indulging in a side of himself that’s more thoughtful and dare one say, honest.

83
Consequence of Sound

HNDRXX is Future at his most inventive, or at least the most inventive he’s been in a while. While his most definitive project remains 2015’s Dirty Sprite 2 for its balance of Future’s innate melodic sense and especially effective trap records, HNDRXX comes in as a close second.

80
AllMusic

When digested with Future, HNDRXX shows listeners what lies beneath the veneer and posturing, a brief look at the struggles one man must face when the party ends.

80
XXL

HNDRXX is a reminder that no matter how hard he tries to shun his reputation as a hitmaker, Future remains one of the most reliable acts in mainstream music.

78
Pitchfork

Over a well-played hand of wistful, bright-eyed and reflective beats, HNDRXX strikes a near-perfect balance between a man still licking his wounds and a man emerging from a long, dark night.

70
Rolling Stone

Clearly, Future doesn't need to sing urban pop love tunes for mass appeal anymore. Still, the warmth he displays on Hndrxx is striking.

Z.Younk
80
Wow an entire album of Jimi Hendrix cover songs? Future's interpretations are brilliant, replacing boring terms like "foxy lady" with "your bitch". What made it work for me was the same ridiculous amount of subtextual satanism as Hendrix.
exception
35
Same flows. Same topic matter. Same. Fucking. Shit.
AZIZ
36
Hmm. I hope this blows his Self Titled project out the water.

Update:
Why would Future go back to making r&B songs. He's proven that he can't sing to save his life. Future as the menacing trap rapper suits him far better.

Future > HNDRXX
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Track List

  1. My Collection
  2. Comin Out Strong (feat. The Weeknd)
  3. Lookin Exotic
  4. Damage
  5. Use Me
  6. Incredible
  7. Testify
  8. Fresh Air
  9. Neva Missa Lost
  10. Keep Quiet
  11. Hallucinating
  12. I Thank U
  13. New Illuminati
  14. Turn on Me
  15. Selfish (feat. Rihanna)
  16. Solo
  17. Sorry
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Added on: February 21, 2017