“I been in the field like the children of the corn.” “Wait For You”, Future. 

Sheen Magazine was on the Scene at T.I.’s Trap Music Museum in ATL in celebration of rapper Future’s latest title—Trapper of the Year. Future’s trapper recognition is in honor of the astronomically successful year in music and life he had in 2022, with the release of his 9th studio album, which is blatantly titled—I Never Liked You. 

In 2022, Future’s 16 song LP debuted at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 200, alongside his record “Wait For You” featuring Drake and Nigerian singer and songwriter—Tems, which was also number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Those victories confirmed Future as the second rapper, following Drake, to accomplish holding both Billboard top spots, “At the same damn time.”

Known as the pioneer of melodic auto-tune trap music, Future was also recognized and nominated for 6 Grammy Awards, collecting his second trophy in the category of Best Melodic Rap Performance for “Wait For You” at this year’s 65th Annual Grammy Awards. The Trapper of the Year recipient received a custom-made ring of the same title, designed by Ice Box Jewelry and a full exhibit at the iconic Trap Music Museum. While Future was unable to attend, owner of the museum and Three-time Grammy Award winning rap icon, T.I. made an appearance and celebrated Future with the fans. 


Future’s Freewishes Foundation recently announced the opening of a Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics lab for Atlanta students. The Father was reported as saying, “It’s important that all students receive access to STEAM education regardless of their background. Our Freewishes Foundation, in partnership with the 2K Foundations, has helped make this possible in our Atlanta community. We’re thankful for their commitment to support our initiative.” 

For More information and registration on Future’s Freewishes Foundation STEAM LAB, visit 

Featured painters: @tiffanyartvibez artist of “Turn Off The Lights” @tenneshaskyers artist of “Magic”. 

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Videography by Jamall Rashaud McMillan