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Rapper ‘Life is Good’ The future and his lover bathed in love in a villa with a transparent bathroom worth 16.3 miℓℓion

Future is living in a wonderful period like Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn. The rights to more than 600 tracks in his publishing library were sold by the 38-year-old Grammy Award-winning hip-hop artist and songwriter from Atlanta to investment company Influence Media Partners in September for a sum estimated to be in the “high eight figures.” He’ll work on the “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” soundtrack with Rihanna.

Real estate in the future is also good. According to The Real Deal, he paid $16.3 million for an almost-new home on Miami Beach’s elite guard-gated Allison Island with a beachfront view from French insurance CEO Laurent Ouazana and his wife Pascale. The property was purchased by the Ouazanas for $12.5 million in 2020, along with an adjacent parcel that was sold to developers.

The 2020 residence of Future is on a secured quarter-acre plot. Palm palms surround the 8,000 square foot property, which has seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, high ceilings, glass walls, and seamless indoor-outdoor spaces. The opulent amenities include an elevator, rooftop patio, detached guesthouse, staff quarters, and a three-car garage.

Other highlights include a sizable great room with living and dining areas, a modern kitchen with top-notch stainless equipment, a long eat-in island, and bespoke Ornare cabinetry.

The upper master bedroom features a balcony, two walk-in closets, a lounging area with a wet bar and wine refrigerator, and an opulent bathroom with double vanities, a spacious glass-enclosed shower, and a freestanding soaking tub.

An infinity-edge pool, a raised spa, an open-air cabana with a kitchen, and a lot of outdoor seating and party areas are all included on the resort-like grounds. A luxury boat with a dock and 75 feet of water frontage can fit in the available area.

Jordan Karp of Jordan Karp LLC represented the buyer, while Dina Goldentayer of Douglas Elliman represented the seller.