Future has sold his catalog from the years 2004 to 2020 to Influence Media Partners. While the exact price of the catalog wasn’t disclosed, a source close to the deal told Variety that the rapper fetched a price in the “high eight figures.”
Beginning with the launch of his career, the sixteen-year period saw Future release 612 singles across eight studio albums, in addition to collaborations, a reissued LP, mixtapes and songs not listed on any full-length project.
Among the mix of tracks in the catalog is Future’s highest-charting solo single, “Mask Off” and his GRAMMY Award-winning “King’s Dead” with Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock and James Blake.
The catalog also includes one of his iconic tracks with Drake, “Life Is Good” and his Rihanna collaboration, “Selfish.”
Future has taken to Twitter with a message that criticize his business deal:
The news comes on the same day as a Billboard piece on Kanye West’s alleged interest in selling his share of his publishing catalog for $175 million (35 times its gross annual profit). Hours later, Ye made a since-deleted post to Instagram contradicting that report:
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