[FULL] Future - Pluto 3D (2012) 12
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How Future's Pluto 3D Changed the Game of Trap Rap
In 2012, Atlanta rapper Future released his debut studio album Pluto, which introduced his unique style of melodic trap rap to the world. The album was well-received by critics and fans alike, and spawned several hit singles such as \"Turn On the Lights\", \"Tony Montana\" and \"Magic\". However, Future was not done with Pluto yet. Seven months later, he reissued the album as Pluto 3D, adding three new songs and two remixes to the original tracklist.
Pluto 3D was more than just a deluxe edition of Pluto. It was a statement of Future's artistic vision and ambition. By rearranging the order of the songs, adding new features from Diddy, Ludacris, Kelly Rowland and Drake, and enhancing the production quality, Future created a new experience for his listeners. Pluto 3D showcased Future's versatility as a rapper and singer, his ability to craft catchy hooks and memorable verses, and his influence on the sound and culture of trap rap.
One of the new songs on Pluto 3D was \"My\", produced by Sonny Digital. The song was a dark and gritty banger that foreshadowed Future's later mixtapes such as Monster and Beast Mode. Future rapped about his lavish lifestyle, his loyalty to his crew, and his disdain for his enemies. He also delivered one of his most iconic lines: \"I'm so motherfuckin' turnt up I can't feel my face\". The song was a fan favorite and a staple in Future's live performances.
Another new song was \"Neva End\", which was also remixed with Kelly Rowland. The original version was produced by Mike WiLL Made It, who would become one of Future's most frequent collaborators. The song was a smooth and melodic ballad that showcased Future's singing skills and emotional range. He expressed his conflicted feelings about a relationship that seemed to be doomed but also irresistible. The remix with Kelly Rowland added a female perspective to the song and gave it more mainstream appeal.
The third new song was \"Homicide\", featuring Snoop Dogg. The song was produced by Jon Boi and sampled Snoop Dogg's classic \"Serial Killa\". The song was a hard-hitting anthem that celebrated Future's success and warned his rivals not to mess with him. Future and Snoop Dogg traded bars over a menacing beat, displaying their charisma and chemistry.
The remixes on Pluto 3D were also impressive. The remix of \"Same Damn Time\" featured Diddy and Ludacris, two legends of hip-hop who praised Future for his innovation and impact. The remix of \"Magic\" featured T.I., who added his signature swagger and flow to the song.
Pluto 3D was a commercial success, peaking at number 57 on the US Billboard 200 chart and selling over 200,000 copies in the US. It also received positive reviews from critics, who praised Future's creativity, diversity and originality. Pluto 3D established Future as one of the most influential and exciting artists in hip-hop, and paved the way for his future projects.[^1^] [^2^] [^3^] aa16f39245