Monster, a mixtape Future released back in 2014, has finally been made available on all major streaming services.
The Atlanta rapper broke the news on Instagram yesterday with a post celebrating the project’s five-year anniversary. He also took the time to honor the late Seth Firkins, his longtime collaborator who served as an audio engineer on Monster.
“I’ve always spoke through my music and the people championed my trials and tribulations wholeheartedly with no regards,” Future wrote. “Remember #MONSTER Five years later this classic is available on all platforms. Thanks for the love #RIPSETH ❤️?”
Monster was previously only available on online distribution platform DatPiff. The 13-track mixtape was executive produced by Metro Boomin, and features fan favorites like “My Savages,” “Codeine Crazy” and the Lil Wayne-assisted “After That.” The new re-released version, however, excludes tracks like “Abu’s Booming,” “F*ck Up Some Commas” (which can be streamed as part of the deluxe version of Future’s 2015 album, DS2) and the original “Intro.”
Monster was the first installment in Future’s mixtape trilogy, which arrived after his 2014 sophomore album Honest. It was later followed up by Beast Mode in 2015 and concluded with 56 Nights in 2016.
Stream Monster now: