The self-proclaimed “Future fanatic” appears in a new documentary about the Atlanta rapper.
In a clip taken from the documentary, Three Stacks offers his thoughts on Future’s music and recalls a time him and his son bonded over the fellow Atlanta rapper.
“Me and my son, we like Future fanatics man. And we sit and we listen to it and I said ‘Man, Future makes the most negative inspirational music ever,'” 3000 says.
— FUTURE/FREEBANDZ (@1future) January 11, 2019
In the trailer for the documentary, Andre can also be heard speaking further about Future’s music, saying he has “a certain pain behind what he’s doing.”
Titled The Wizrd, the documentary is currently available to watch on Apple Music. A synopsis of the film is as follows:
“Future’s life on and off the stage comes into sharp focus in this revealing documentary. Director Marcus A. Clarke follows the East Atlanta rapper on the 2016 Purple Reign tour, capturing live performances including ‘Gucci Flip Flops’ and ‘Mask Off’ as well as rare downtime — shooting hoops with Young Thug, doting over his kids, and listening to ‘Digital Dash’ playback in the studio with Drake. Guests like Organized Noize’s Rico Wade, DJ Khaled, Metro Boomin, Yo Gotti, and André 3000 speak on Future’s obsessive work ethic and unique rhyme style. But it’s Future talking candidly about formative life moments — selling drugs, getting shot, his grandfather’s passing — that demonstrate his passion and desire to stay on top.”
In related news, Andre 3000 will be appearing on James Blake‘s forthcoming new album Assume Form. The album will be released January 18.