Migos and Young Thug are two of Atlanta's hottest acts, and when they get together, good things generally happen.
"YRN", a weirdly Salsa-flavored trap joint from the two comes to mind, and they've done it again with the simply titled "Freestyle".
It's cool when you're an artist on the come up when you get to work with some great artists. It's even cooler when you get to work with an entire host of them as evidenced here in this damn-near posse cut with Young Thug, Blaze Swervin, and Peewee Longway on the track, in addition to C4 himself, of course.
Last week we heard Young Thug over a London On Da Track beat on Tyga's "Hookah", and this week we get another team up of the frantic rapper and producer.
Thug once again takes hook duties, and trades verses with Yakki Divioshi, to whom the tack is credited to, but it's unquestionably Thug's show here.
Young Scooter has dropped a new street anthem with a stacked cast of features.
"Disfunction" collects verses from Young Thug, Juicy J, and puts Future on the hook, while the beat comes courtesy of ATL production powerhouses Metro Boomin and 808 Mafia.
It's been a bizarre saga as to where Young Thug's affiliations lie. First, he claimed to be a free agent no longer with Atlantic. Then, he inferred that he signed to Cash Money, but then labelhead Birdman quickly denied it.
The momentum behind Young Thug doesn't look to be slowing down any time soon. After hitting us with “All Type A Drugs” & “Parade” a couple days ago with Bloody Jay, Young Thug is back today to launch a new weekly series titled #ThuggaThuggaThursday.
Young Thug revealed that he and Rich Homie Quan would be releasing a joint mixtape in the near future, and while promises of collaborative projects rarely see any results these days, this one may just come to fruition.
Yesterday Gucci Mane took to his Twitter account to announce that he's prepping two new projects for April 1st. One is called Young Thugga Mane LaFlare with his Brick Squad signee Young Thug (despite Thugga not seeming to think he's signed), and another is called The Brick Factory Vol. 1.
Gucci Mane is usually a prolific rapper, but lately he's quieted down, although that's not to stay he's been stagnant, he's still dropped a leak or two and visuals. We heard GuWop on "Trap Numbers" just the other week.