1017 Brick Squad members Gucci Mane and Young Thug dropped their long-awaited Young Thugga Mane La Flare project today, and there are several definite bangers on the tape. "Need" is one of them, with a Sonny Digital beat providing a dark backdrop for Gucci and Thugga's rhymes.
ATLiens Gucci Mane and Young Thug have given us something fresh for 4/20: the joint tape Young Thugga Mane La Flare. The 1017 Brick Squad rappers keep it simple, granting one guest spot to the homie PeeWee Longway, but handling everything else themselves.
Young Thug has always been fairly prolific, but his constant barrage of tracks and features has really hit it's peak this year. Showing up just yesterday alongside his original Brick Squad crew members Gucci Mane and Young Thug.
Young Thug's label situation has been a confusing one to say the least. The rapper has hinted at signing with Future's Freebandz imprint, as well as more recently Cash Money, and then there's the question of whether there was any paperwork involved in his affiliation with Gucci Mane's 1017 Brick Squad.
For those of you who thought you'd never see a Carter VI, its now looking like a real possibility-- though it won't be Lil Wayne on the mic. According to Young Thug-- who has continuously cited Wayne as his sole influence --his next project will be titled Carter VI.
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.