Future dropped his new self-titled album late Thursday (Feb. 16). One of the early standouts from the project is track four, titled "Draco."

Throughout the nearly four-minute, DJ Spinz-produced record, Future raps about drugs, women, and of course, his trusty Draco AK-47. The spacey, bouncy instrumental gives off some Streetz Calling and Pluto-esque vibes, so fans of the Atlanta MC's earlier work should be pleased.

"Lamborghini doors, but I never stop/Fuck around got a nigga pissed off," Hendrix spits. "Nice little thot got stiff arm/Did the Heisman on the hoe got the stiff arm/Fuck up that body like Tyson or Holyfield/A couple of pills and I got my soda filled/Break out a sweat, I go head over heels for these mills/She thinks she the one, but to me she ain't nothing but a thrill."

You can stream "Draco" below via Spotify. Be sure to check out the rest of the album, which contains 17 tracks, zero guest features, and only one previously released track, "Poppin' Tags."

In a recent interview, Future spoke to Zane Lowe about the sound on this new album, saying, “Now is the time, two to three years ago they weren’t ready, they wanted Future, they wanted ‘Real Sisters.' They wanted me to be the ratchet-est and say the most disrespectful shit. And I understand that’s what music is, it makes you feel different kinds of ways.”

And it seems Future is just getting started. Known as one of the hardest workers in the game, Hendrix is likely going to drop even more heat soon, as evidenced by his "Night Vision Pt. 2" video. In the clip, the "March Madness" artist plays music that isn't on the new album, implying that he's got more in store for the fans.

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