Young Thugga Mane La Flare
Young Thugga Mane La Flare and Brick Factory Vol. 1 were scheduled for April Fool’s Day, 2014, but the joke was on the fans who were up at midnight waiting to download them, because neither came out that day. It wasn’t until three weeks later on Easter Sunday that we were able to listen to Young Thugga Mane La Flare and then eat Peeps and hunt for Easter eggs.
There’s an entire complicated history with Young Thug and Gucci Mane that doesn’t need to be delved into here. For this breakdown I’m going to pretend that Young Thug and Gucci Mane recorded this album together and they were laughing and having fun while doing it. But no matter how much fun they were potentially having, it doesn’t keep this mixtape from being mostly comprised of clunkers that aren’t reflective of the heights of either artists’ prowess. There are still some songs, however, that you should hold onto.
Diamonds That Could Be Added to Your Gucci Mane Collection:
A great start to the project that’s mixed like Gucci and Thug are rising out of the ocean to ride ATVs on the beach in front of us, high-fiving each other.
A perfect summation of the Young Thugga Mane aesthetic.
"Stoner 2 Times"
This is the song that would be played if you were at church and the apocalypse started happening.