Future has added another mixtape from his catalog to streaming services.

On Thursday (April 16), Future made his 2016 effort, Purple Reign, available on streaming platforms like Apple Music and Spotify. The DJ Esco and Metro Boomin-produced project, which features production from Metro, Zaytoven, Southside and more, was originally released on mixtape-hosting sites such as DatPiff and Live Mixtapes.

Hendrix making the 13-track mixtape more accessible for his Future hive comes over a week after rereleasing projects Beast Mode and 56 Nights to digital streaming platforms as well.

Future is releasing his old heat to streaming services, but he is also gearing up to deliver a new album. The Atlanta rapper, who appears on the cover of the Spring 2020 issue of XXL, says his new album is titled Life Is Good.

"It’s about life and being good and just enjoying life," he said about the upcoming album. "So many tragedies and catastrophes and everything is going on in the world. And you want to enjoy life, as long as you have it. Waking up, breathing, well, you want to be able to soak it all up and be appreciative for every moment on this earth, every moment that you’re living."

Future also shared that Life Is Good allowed him to channel his creativity. "This album right here defines me at a creative level," the rapper continued. "Going to the next level where you just going to the next level and always going outside the box, but still remaining true to my core fans and my core audience. It’s me trying new things. I want to remain true to self, but also true to my fans and just giving them a good project, a great project to be able to listen to, but also for different artists to be able to feed off of, create off of, come up with different ideas and just being at the forefront of just making a solid album, a solid, complete album."

While fans await Life Is Good, they can now stream some of their favorite tracks on Purple Reign, Beast Mode and 56 Nights.

Listen to Future's Purple Reign mixtape below.

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