With the release of Young Thug's Jeffery just hours away, 300 Ent. boss Lyor Cohen has shared a snippet of each of the mixtape's nine songs in his Snapchat.
First reaction: Thug got a joint on here called "Harambe."
Fingers crossed that Jeffery will drop on August 26, as Lyor Cohen has hinted, but at this point, we won't hold our breath. In the meantime, Thug has assuaged his fans with the release of "Elton," a collaboration with the great Wyclef Jean.
We have come to expect the unexpected from Young Thug. But few could have predicted a turn of events revealed by 300 Ent. boss Lyor Cohen during his most recent appearance on the Rap Radar podcast: Thugger is changing his name to "No, My Name Is Jeffery."
After teasing the project heavily on all his social media accounts, Young Thug finally announced a release date for his next project, Jeffery, at the beginning of August, to the delight of his fans.
Follow the Leader is a new show on CNBC that profiles a different "superstar entrepreneur" each episode. The show's second episode ever aired last night and spotlighted 300 Ent executive Lyor Cohen and his star artist, Young Thug.
Lyor Cohen, longtime music executive and founder of 300 Entertainment, was hospitalized yesterday after suffering a pulmonary embolism, breaking the news on his new favorite form of social media, SnapChat.
Lyor Cohen's Snapchat is rapidly ascending the Snapchat power rankings. He casually dropped a bomb while chilling in the park Tuesday afternoon: Young Thug and Travis Scott are dropping a new single very soon.
Young Thug is quite interview-shy, as is music industry executive Lyor Cohen, so to get them both together for one interview is a feat. Ebro pulled it off for his Apple Beats 1 radio show, and a stream of their conversation has been made available.
Migos Thuggin, the joint mixtape between Migos and Young Thug, was originally slated to arrive on Christmas Day. It never arrived that fateful day, leaving fans wondering if it would ever materialize.
Dame Dash has made more headlines in 2014 for his beefs with industry folks like Funkmaster Flex and Steve Stoute than he has for any music or business moves, and it seems he's continuing down that path.