Things are a lot less, shall we say messy in “Like I Never Left” Pt. 2, for Future. He’s not discussing the matters of he and former fiancée Ciara’s failed engagement but focusing more on the music, his creative process and how he felt Mondter was a matter of show & prove rather than just a mixtape.

During the second portion of the documentary, which Complex premiered, he takes a brief intermission from Drake’s Jungle tour in Toronto to head to Noah “40” Shebib’s personal studio to lay down a few tracks. The conversation with Elliott Wilson picks back up as Future He drop laments on why he wanted Monster to prove a point.

“I came back and dropped nothing but street records after I done dropped No. 1 records. Came back with the mixtapes and gave away free after I had achieved a certain amount of success in the industry and being a superstar in the game or so to speak whatever,” Future said. “To come back to my essence, to my core fans and deliver something that they can accept and live with and feel great about, and accept me as one of your own… like I never left.”

Along with that, Like I Never Left Pt. 2 features Hendrix discussing why he knew “Fuck Up Some Commas” was going to be a hit, his song crafting process when it comes to new material and more. Much like part one, “Like I Never Left” Pt. 2 concludes with a snippet of new music from Future’s upcoming Dirty Sprite 2 album which lands Friday.

Watch Like I Never Left Pt. 2 below. Future’s Dirty Sprite 2 album featuring the single “Blow A Bag” hits retailers on Friday.