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Future promises he's got 2017 on lock, too: "Nobody safe"

The new year belongs to Fewtch.

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We've already taken a deep dive into Future's banner year of 2016: his four albums and mixtapes; his Spotify, SoundCloud, and Billboard chart achievements; his headlining tours and festivals; etc.

Looking back at the past five years, beginning with 2011's Dirty Sprite through 2016's Purple Reign, we suspected (as disciples of the #FutureHive) that another top-of-the-year project was imminent and, by the looks of his social media activity, we may be right.

Future has completely cleared his Instagram account, signaling a clean slate and new beginning.

And then he took to Twitter to say, likely to his fellow competing compatriots:

So, 2017 will belong to Fewtch just as the ones prior have.

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