Fuck The Summer Up
Boo Rossini & Boston George Feat. Jeezy & Young Thug
CTE artists Boo Rossini and Boston George are gearing up for the release of their collaborative project Drug War 3 next month. Thursday afternoon they shared the first single from the project, "Fuck The Summer Up" featuring Jeezy and Young Thug.
Don't Call Me
DJ Carnage Feat. Young Thug & Shakka
DJ Carnage is known for his big posse cuts, just look at last year’s “W.D.Y.W” hit for example with Lil Uzi Vert, ASAP Ferg & Rich The Kid, which was one of the biggest collabs & records of 2015.
Gucci Mane Feat. Young Thug
Just hours after liberating "Multi Millionaire LaFlare," Gucci Mane delivers yet another new track: "Guwop Home."
Remix'n A Brick
Bricc Baby Feat. Fetty Wap, Young Thug & Starrah
It's been over a year since Bricc Baby's Nasty Dealer. One day ahead of its release, it's looking like the sequel to his excellent breakout tape is gonna be even better. Here's the third new Nasty Dealer 2 track of the week, following "Activis" and "Touchdown," the latter a collab with Gucci Mane and Peewee Longway.
Young Thug is very outspoken on his love for soon-to-be-wifey Jerrika Karlae, whether it's showing fans some PDA on his Snapchat or just shouting her out on Instagram, Thugger has made sure that we're all aware of who his bae is.
Dj Esco Feat. Future & Young Thug
DJ Esco shared his new project, Project E.T., yesterday, and it follows the formula of past releases like No Sleep and 56 Nights where Future serves as the driving force throughout. Unlike 56 Nights, this one features plenty of guests as well, perhaps most notably, Young Thug, who Future experienced some tension with a few months back.
No Wendy's (Controlla Remix)
Drake has previously spoke of adopting the approach dancehall artists take to riddims, where each artist puts their own spin on a particular instrumental. His record, "Controlla," also happens to have an island feel, so Young Thug and Twice have given the instrumental the riddim treatment, turning in their own version of the song. The two rappers opt for some higher register melodies, finding pockets Drake missed on the original and making it their own.
Ran It Up
Rich The Kid Feat. Young Thug
Rich the Kid decided today was the day when he would release "Ran It Up," his self-produced collaboration with labelmate Young Thug. Rich and Thugger last linked up on 2014's "Came From Nothin.'" According to Rich, "Ran It Up" is a prelude to a song he and Thugger recorded with Bugatti Biebs and Diplo that is currently sitting in the stash.
Usher Feat. Young Thug
Inclement weather and other forces that be prevented both Usher and Young Thug from performing at this year's Summer Jam. Usher was scheduled to be a surprise guest and was waiting his turn backstage when MetLife Stadium shut down the show at 1 AM.
Pick Up The Phone
Travis Scott Feat. Young Thug & Quavo
As if this Friday wasn’t already lit with a ton of new music, Travis Scott decided to join in on the fun and release his highly anticipated new record with Young Thug & Quavo called “Pick Up The Phone,” which he’s been debuting in various clubs over the past couple months.
Friend Of Scotty
Young Thug Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
It's been more than a year since we first heard this leak, and I vividly remember this record as being a turning point of sorts for me, when it came to Young Thug. It was probably one of the first songs from him I had on consistently on repeat (and now that's basically every Thug song #lol).
It appears Pusha T & Jay Z weren’t the only ones dropping new music tonight. A little while, Young Thug took to his IG to tease a new single for us called “Gangster Shit,” and now it's already here!
Who Want Some
Young Thug Feat. Yung Mazi
Plenty of new Young Thug to go around today. His fiery verse on Nipsey Hussle's "I Do This" is followed by a new leak called "Who Want Some," in which Thugger compares himself to Julio Jones, and more! Young Thug is susceptible to the occasional WTF moment on the mic, and there are a couple on "Who Want Some." But for the most part he kicks things up a notch and shows why he is flow incarnate.
I Do This
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Young Thug & Mozzy
The return of Nipsey Hussle has been one of the most enjoyable developments of 2016. His album, whenever it arrives, is sounding like it'll be scary good. Today, he's back with his fifth new record in the past month, "I Do This." It's also his second recent collab with Young Thug, following "Thug Life." They're proving to be an unexpectedly powerful pair. "I Do This" also features one of California's most promising young rappers in Sacramento's Mozzy. The track is produced by Mike Free, and it begins with an intro from one of Nipsey's affiliates, Sinister Pook.
Cut It (Remix)
O.T. Genasis Feat. Young Thug & Kevin Gates
As he did with "CoCo," O.T. Genasis is throwing everything he's got behind "Cut It," and it's definitely working. After 9 weeks on the Hot 100 chart, the single has just reached its highest position at 43, and with plans to push a series of remixes for the record, it has the potential to go even further. Today, we've received the first of said remixes, recruiting Young Thug and Kevin Gates, which, for Southern audiences, you can't really do much better than.
Trouble Feat. Quavo, Young Thug & Skippa Da Flippa
Trouble reminded us of his hit-making ability with Fetty Wap collaboration "Anyway / Everyday," and the stacked "Ready (Remix)," and his new mixtape, Skoobzilla, lives up to the promise of the singles.
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Young Thug
As we learned last week, Nipsey Hussle and Young Thug connected for a song called "Thug Life." After teasing the song to fans, the duo are ready to unleash the collaboration, thank you Based God cause this Monday's songs list was looking weak (although admittedly it's only Noon).
Chris Brown Feat. Jeezy & Young Thug
While Beyonce was busy stunning the world with her "Lemonade" special on HBO, a visual album that soon led to the Tidal-only release of Lemonade, her sixth studio album, Chris Brown decided to drop off a new rap remix of his Royalty track "Wrist," which originally featured Texas rapper Solo Lucci. For the remix, Breezy has switched out Lucci for two ATLiens in Jeezy and Young Thug. The track was produced by The Mekanics and Khemasis.
Bankroll Mafia Feat. Young Thug, T.I., Duke, Shad Da God & Lil Yachty
Bankroll Mafia's eponymous debut album just dropped, and it's full of gems. The obvious highlight is the contrasting styles of Thug and Tip, but along with the talents of Shad da God, London Jae, and Lil Duke, there's really no need for any guest features. The few features that do appear, though, are well-placed, such as Lil Yachty on "Hyenas," guesting alongside the aforementioned Mafiosos save for London Jae.
Yea Hoe (CDQ)
Lil Uzi Vert & Young Thug
A low-quality and tag-riddled ("say cheese!") version of Lil Uzi Vert & Young Thug's banger "Yea Hoe" has been floating around the internet for some time. Uzi and Thug previously linked up on "Big Racks," "Dope," & "Yamborghini Dream," but it's pretty safe to say that "Yea Hoe" is their best collaboration to date. Producer Maaly Raw's higher-quality version of "Yea Hoe" takes the song's corrupting nature to another level. This has the potential to be Uzi's biggest hit yet.