The No.1 rapper will play three dates, including at London's O2 Arena.
US hip-hop record-breaker Future has announced three UK dates, culminating in a huge headline show at London’s O2. He is the first artist in history to have two albums debut at No.1 on the Billboard chart in consecutive weeks, with his self-titled and HNDRXX follow-up both hitting the top spot earlier this year. Showcasing his immense output, they are his fourth and fifth records to reach No.1 in the space of two years.
Future made waves with the release of the platinum selling DS2, collaborating with Drake on the equally successful What A Time To Be Alive mixtape, and his 2016 album EVOL.
He also celebrates double-platinum singles such as Low Life with The Weeknd, Where Ya At with Drake, and platinum hits Stick Talk, F*ck Up Some Commas, and Turn On The Lights.
Future has over 1 bullion worldwide streams to his name, having broken into the mainstream performing on Saturday Night Live, Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Check out his most recent video, for Mask Off from his self-titled album, below:
Here are those dates:
20 October – Academy, Manchester
22 October – O2 Academy, Birmingham
23 October – The O2, London
Tickets are on sale at 10:00 on Friday 23 June 2017 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.