Young Thug - Make A Lot (Prod. By Metro Boomin) [New Song]

Posted by , Jan 12, 2016 at 07:25pm
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Young Thug and Metro Boomin drop another collaboration called "Make A Lot".

Young Thug and Metro Boomin had a brief feud that unfortunately took place over the very public space of Twitter, but the two have since worked things out, and once again, it seems Metro Thuggin may be a possibility. Another new track from the two collaborators has surfaced today, but there's no way of knowing when it dates from or whether it's intended for their long-awaited project.

Judging by how lo-fi it is, we're guessing this is still in the demo stages if anything, but it's definitely an interesting experiment, with Metro trading in his booming sub-bass for a dustier, loopy sound (though it's not clear how much of the distortion is intentional). Meanwhile Thugger is as strong as ever, keeping his delivery delicate and nimble. Definitely add it to the ever-growing collection of loosies we've received from the rapper over the last year.

[Via FADER]


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Make A Lot
Produced by Metro Boomin

Editor Rating:VERY HOTTTTT
User  Rating:
meh
54% (434)
Rate it!
audience rating
204 VERY HOTTTTT
16 HOTTTTT
24 MEH
20 NOT FEELING IT
170 MAKE IT STOP
User Rating:
54% (434)

Young Thug and Metro Boomin drop another collaboration called "Make A Lot".


Young Thug and Metro Boomin had a brief feud that unfortunately took place over the very public space of Twitter, but the two have since worked things out, and once again, it seems Metro Thuggin may be a possibility. Another new track from the two collaborators has surfaced today, but there's no way of knowing when it dates from or whether it's intended for their long-awaited project.

Judging by how lo-fi it is, we're guessing this is still in the demo stages if anything, but it's definitely an interesting experiment, with Metro trading in his booming sub-bass for a dustier, loopy sound (though it's not clear how much of the distortion is intentional). Meanwhile Thugger is as strong as ever, keeping his delivery delicate and nimble. Definitely add it to the ever-growing collection of loosies we've received from the rapper over the last year.

[Via FADER]


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