November 20, 1983


Atlanta, Georgia, USA


Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn



A1, Freebandz, Epic




Future’s real name is Nayvadius DeMun Wilbur.


Future is 35 years old.


Future is worth an estimated $53 million.


Future is 6 feet 2 inches tall.


Future is from Atlanta, Georgia, USA.


Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn, better known as Future, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. Future first found musical fame in 2011, gaining popularity in Atlanta when his songs were played by DJ Esco in strip club Magic City but it was 2015’s What A Time To Be Alive mixtape that propelled him to international success.

He is known for his prevalent use of auto-tune and frequent collabs. In 2017, he became the only artist to knock his own album off the number one spot in the charts.

Wilburn currently has five children with five different women; Jessica Smith, Brittni Mealy, India J, singer Ciara (to whom he was engaged), and Joie Chavis.


Future releases a series of mixtapes; 1000, Dirty Sprite and True Story.

Future collabs with Gucci Mane on Free Bricks.


Future signs with Epic Records and drops his next mixtape, Streetz Calling, a few days later.

Future appears on the cover of The FADER.


Future drops another mixtape, Astronaut Status.

Future’s debut album Pluto finally drops with collabs from R. Kelly, Snoop Dogg and Drake.

Future’s single “Magic” featuring T.I enters the Billboard Hot 100.

Future appears on Pusha T’s “Pain,” featured on T’s debut album.

Pluto is re-released as Pluto 3D featuring three new songs and two new remixes.

Future appears on Rihanna’s “Loveeeeeee Song,” which he also wrote and produced.


Future releases the compilation mixtape F.B.G.: The Movie which includes artists signed to his Freebandz label.


Future releases his second album Honest after a delay from being on tour with Drake.


Future releases a collaborative mixtape with Drake. What a Time to Be Alive debuted at number one on the Billboard 200.


Future releases a new mixtape, Purple Reign.

Future’s fourth studio EVOL is released.


Future announces on Valentine’s Day his self-titled fifth studio album would be released a few days later.

Future’s sixth studio album Hndrxx drops exactly a week later, making Future the first artist to debut two albums at number one at the same time.

Future along with Ed Sheeran collaborates with Taylor Swift on “End Game” from her album Reputation.

Future Furykaze signature sneaker is released by Reebok. The shoe is a mix of the Instapump Fury and Kamikaze II.


Future collaborates with Kendrick Lamar, James Blake and Jay Rock on “King’s Dead” featured on the Marvel film Black Panther. The song marked Future’s first-ever Grammy nomination.

Future releases a collaborative mixtape with rapper Juice Wrld.

Future becomes producer on the remake for Superfly as well as curating the soundtrack.

Future drops mixtape BEASTMODE 2.


Future releases his seventh studio album, Future Hndrxx Presents: The Wizrd. Ahead of its release, he shared a feature-length documentary of the same name.

Future wins his first Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance for his collaboration on “Kings Dead.”

Future hints at an upcoming collab with Elton John.

Future releases new EP Save Me along with videos for three of the tracks.

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