Future Clears His Instagram Page, Tweets '2017 Nobody Safe'
After the dramatic move Monday (Jan. 2), the Atlanta rapper shared several tweets reading, "2017 nobody safe" and "Me & esco against the world."
Of course, all of this has fans speculating a big project is about to drop. Over the past year, other artists -- including The Weeknd and Meek Mill -- have cleared their Instagrams in the lead-up to unveiling a new project.
2017 nobody safe— FUTURE/FREEBANDZ (@1future) January 2, 2017
Me & esco against the world...ion trust none of these people! They all greedy— FUTURE/FREEBANDZ (@1future) January 2, 2017
If that wasn't enough, he also dropped a video for his early 2016 Purple Reign party anthem "Drippin'."
Looking ahead to what could be next, there have been hints of a collaboration with Young Thug, who tweeted, "I think I'm putting @1future down with my business," which Future quickly retweeted.
I think I'm putting @1future down with my business ...— Young Thug ひ (@youngthug) December 27, 2016
A reported friend of 21 Savage also tweeted, "Thug and Future new project sounds amazing by the way," but that message has been deleted.
Future made a guest appearance at the final show of Young Thug and Savage's Hihorse'd Tour at New York City's Terminal 5 in December.
Back in September, Future's frequent collaborator Zaytoven told Billboard that the Beast Mode 16 album is finished.
The single "Used to This," featuring his Summer Sixteen tour-mate, Drake, followed that news a few months later, but fans are still waiting for the full album release.