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Hndrxx (pronounced "Hendrix") is the sixth studio album by American rapper Future. It was released on February 24, 2017, through A1 Recordings, Freebandz, and Epic Records. It followed the release of Future's eponymously-titled fifth album by one week, and features guest appearances from Rihanna, The Weeknd, Chris Brown, and Nicki Minaj.

Hndrxx was supported by four singles: "Selfish", "Pie", "Incredible", and "You da Baddest". The album received positive critical reviews and charted at number one, making Future the first artist to release two Billboard 200 chart topping albums in consecutive weeks. It was included on lists of 2017's best albums by various publications, including Complex, Pitchfork, Fact, and Entertainment Weekly.

Online music magazine Hits Daily Double announced on February 22, 2017, that Future was set to release another album a week after the eponymously titled album Future (2017), set to include more "rhythmic-leaning and radio-friendly" tracks.[2] The release was first announced by Future during a Q&A on social media on February 21, 2017, along with him tweeting the pre-order link for Hndrxx.[3][4] The album is also eponymously named after Future's alter ego, Future Hendrix.[5]

"Selfish", featuring Barbadian singer Rihanna, was released as the album's lead single on February 28, 2017,[6] the song was produced by Detail, Kuk Harrell, Major Seven, and Mantra.[7] It peaked at number 37 on the US Billboard Hot 100.[8]

"Pie", featuring American singer Chris Brown, was released as the second single on June 25, 2017,[9] the song was produced by D. A. Doman and Detail.[7] It peaked at number 48 on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.[10]

The album's third single, "Incredible", was released to rhythmic contemporary radio on July 25, 2017,[11] the song was produced by Dre Moon.[7] It peaked at number 48 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.[10]

"You da Baddest", featuring Trinidadian-American rapper Nicki Minaj, was released as the album's fourth single on July 28, 2017,[12][13] the song was produced by Detail and Go Grizz.[7] It peaked at number 38 on the Billboard Hot 100.[8]

Hndrxx was met with generally positive reviews. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from professional publications, the album received an average score of 78, based on eight reviews.[15] Aggregator AnyDecentMusic? gave it 7.1 out of 10, based on their assessment of the critical consensus.[14]

Neil Z. Yeung of AllMusic said, "Released just a week after his self-titled fifth effort, Future's HNDRXX provided an introspective and confessional complement to the more extroverted Future".[16] Ural Garrett of HipHopDX said, "HNDRXX provides a view into a modern rock star indulging in a side of himself that's more thoughtful and dare one say, honest".[17] Rebecca Haithcoat of Pitchfork said, "Over a well-played hand of wistful, bright-eyed and reflective beats, HNDRXX strikes a near-perfect balance between a man still licking his wounds and a man emerging from a long, dark night".[20] Preezy of XXL said, "HNDRXX is a reminder that no matter how hard he tries to shun his reputation as a hitmaker, Future remains one of the most reliable acts in mainstream music, his reluctance aside".[24]

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