Future has promised his new album is "super personal".
The 33-year-old rapper - whose real name is Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn - has released record 'HNDRXX' just a week after his self-titled new LP and admitted the album features his most "honest" work to date and tackles subjects he doesn't want to draw on again in the future.
He told Beats 1's Zane Lowe: "'HNDRXX' is super personal. This is the 'Honest' album that I was supposed to be honest about.
"I believe 'HNDRXX' is more personal. When it was time to have the 'Honest' album [in 2014] I was just using it as a title, instead of being actually honest in the music. This is it. This is me opening up and letting it all out so I can just move past it and certain things don't have to speak on it again."
And Future believes one song from the album, 'My Collection', will attract more attention than he'd like.
He said of the track: "It might get more attention than I might want it to get."
But the star is proud of the fact he is releasing his albums back-to-back and he is "excited" for his fans to get their hands on so much new material.
He said: "Man, it's a special time for me and music.
"I'm glad I got a chance to wait and put everything out. And the way we did it, the way we set it up and me being able to give them the second part to 'Future', which is Future 'HNDRXX', is spectacular. I'm excited for the fans."
The 'Low Life' rapper has four children with four different women, including two-year-old Future Jr. with ex-fiancee Ciara and admitted his responsibilities as a father is making his reassess his working schedule.
He said: "I understand my position as a provider, and I understand my role as a dad also, you know? I gotta be able to slow down sometimes and that's me taking off and planning my schedule out more.
"Everybody wanna be the best dad ever. I'm just realising that I'm just not perfect."