Never Stop

Album: The WIZRD (2019)
Charted: 65
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Songfacts®:

  • The intro track to Future's seventh studio album The WIZRD finds the Atlanta MC recounting how he overcame his trials and tribulations to make it to the top. He touches on everything from being shot as a teenager ("I done been hit with a bullet, it wouldn't graze me") to how he's now rocking high-quality garments ("Came from whippin' out the bowl, Tom Ford suit and tie").
  • Future raps his introspective rhymes over an ambient beat courtesy of frequent Young Thug collaborators Billboard Hitmakers and ATL Jacob, who worked on six songs in total on The WIZRD.
  • The album title came from Future's late Freebandz associate OG Double D, who used to call him "The Wizard."

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