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Future first hit the scene making appearances on other people's mixtapes, but it wasn't long before this rapper made a name for himself. Hits like "Tony Montana" keep audiences lining up to see Future rhyme LIVE in concert. Purchase your Future concert tickets now.
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Future Concert Tickets

Atlanta native Future first made a name for himself with his appearance on various mixtapes in 2010 and 2011. His cousin, producer Rico Wade, had a substantial influence on Future as a young artist, helping him navigate the rap music industry. From Atlanta’s Eastside to concert venues around the country, this young artist is set to become the future of rap indeed, so get your Future tickets while you still can.

Wade, Future’s cousin, is responsible for launching the extremely popular Dungeon Family. The Atlanta-based music collective would record in Wade’s basement and ended up jump starting the careers of such iconic southern rap groups as Outkast and Goodie Mob. With such an influential music maker in the family, it was only a matter of time before Future landed on the national scene.

It was his single “Tony Montana” that introduced Future to clubgoers around the country. From there he signed with Epic Label Group and released his debut album Pluto. That record received valuable input from such rap superstars as T.I., Snoop Dogg and Juicy J. With his engagement to pop/R&B songstress Ciara, Future is setting himself up to become the next big thing in the rap game.