Rapper Future learn to operate the vessel $15M when he cruising the Pacific Ocean waters off San Pedro, Calif
As Future enters the tenth year of his mainstream career, the rapper continues to be the master of his destiny. Known for steering his own path with unwavering commitment to his craft, Future explores a new territory in his XXL magazine cover story – navigating a yacht in real life.
In March, just five days before the World Health Organization declared the CоVID-19 оutbreak a global pаndemic, Future found himself cruising the Pacific Ocean waters off San Pedro, Calif. On board a 120-foot custom yacht named Harley G, he embarked on a lesson to operate the vessel. Dressed in tan and black leather pants by Rhude, a tan Prada shirt, Gucci glasses, and black Rick Owens sneakers, Future observed the intricacies of yacht navigation under the guidance of Captain Brad Momsen, his instructor for the day.
Captivated by the nautical terminology and the controls before him, Future admitted that owning a boat had always been a personal goal. Inquiring about the cost, he was informed by Captain Momsen that the Harley G was valued between $6 to $11 million. Surprisingly, the actual worth of the yacht turned out to be $15 million.
The experience of captaining a multimillion-dollar yacht adds another tҺrilling chapter to Future’s dynamic career. Since 2011, the Atlanta rapper has consistently delivered codeine-infused anthems, reflecting both trauma and triumph within the trap genre. Following the success of his collaboration with Drake on “Life Is Good,” a song that reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hоt 100 chart, Future is reaping the rewards of his prolific output and iconic style.
Anticipation surrounds Future’s eighth studio album, “Life Is Good,” slated for release this year. With the title track featuring a Drake collaboration, Future is poised to uphold the ethos embedded in the phrase. The rapper’s journey into yacht navigation, documented in XXL, provides a glimpse into the multifaceted artist’s ongoing adventures.