Young Thug Songs

  • Paradise
    Paradise
    Following today's appearance of a three-pack of Young Thug tracks with unknown origins, Thug himself comes through with new song "Paradise." The delay of Slime Season has been devastated the HNHH community, but Thugger wanted to make sure he gave the fans a consolation prize. Here he raps some quality bars on each verse before belting out some ultracorny pop melodies on the hook.
  • LIKE
    LIKE
    After the mysterious powers of the interwebs liberated a pair of Young Thug Goose-produced, feature-less Slime Season tracks "First Up" and "Calling Your Name," they give us "LIKE," in which Thug calls upon Trae the Truth and Skeme for backup.  Of the three new songs, "LIKE" features Thug at his most intelligible, perhaps the presence of other rappers moved him to enunciate better here. Never a dull moment for Thug's ad-lib game and "LIKE" is no exception. 
  • Calling Your Name
    Calling Your Name
    Young Thug may have delayed his London on da Track collaboration Slime Season but that didn't stop "First Up," from leaking, and now we hear "Calling Your Name" featuring the production talents of Goose, who uploaded the track to his Soundcloud.
  • First Up
    First Up
    Young Thug slightly delayed the release of his London on da Track collab project Slime Season (to the great disappointment of HNHH readers) that was originally scheduled to drop today. In its stead he bestows upon us "First Up."
  • Rihanna
    Rihanna
    "Rihanna" is a certified, no-frills banger that makes the most of Yo Gotti's undeniable swag and Young Thug's je ne sais quoi. The vibe unexpectedly switches up around the 3:10 mark to a slow, fluffy love song, which may take the song to the next level or ruin it depending on your perspective. At any rate it cuts to the heart of the song's message -- "I'm not tryna knock on Rihanna, I'm tryna take her to momma."
  • Shawty
    Shawty
    Dej Loaf is having herself a monster Summer thus far. Coming off a performance at Summer Jam & being named to this year’s XXL Freshmen Class, the Detroit spitta is also gearing up for a new EP which she plans on dropping later this month.
  • Baby
    Baby
    Lil Reese dropped long-awaited Supa Savage 2 yesterday and brought on Young Thug to assist him on tape standout "Baby." First things first, London on da Track murdered this beat. Xylophone bounces up top above a solid 808 foundation as murky organ chords propel the beat forward.
  • Paradise
    Paradise
    Young Thug leaks are bountiful and unavoidable on the web, making him an easy target for haters (of which we know there are many on the site), but Thugger could really seem to care less-- about leaks and haters. His latest leak has production from Travi$ Scott collaborator Allen Ritter, as Thugger promises to sweep his girl off to paradise.
  • Drunk
    Drunk
    What're your plans for tonight? If you're anything like Travi$ Scott and Young Thug, you're going be calling your friends and getting drunk. Cause it's a Friday. Luckily enough, these two have come along with a drinking anthem for the evening, although it's more turnt-down than it is turnt up.
  • Hey I
    Hey I
    Fresh off of getting an ice cream face tat in honor of Gucci Mane, Young Thug is back with new music. This one's a London On Da Track-produced cut from 3rdy Baby's upcoming tape Margiela Music called "Hey I."
  • Spaghetti Factory
    Spaghetti Factory
    Young Thug songs have been leaking all over the place lately as he leaves Barter VI in the dust and heads towards that Hy!£UN35 release later this summer. You are not going to believe it but another one leaked today in the form of Metro Boomin-produced "Spaghetti Factory." Doesn't seem like spaghetti is any sort of  metaphor here, Thug really just wants some spaghetti. He finna eat!!
  • I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)
    I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)
    Since the tracklist for Jamie xx's long-awaited proper debut showed up, anticipation has been high for one song in particular. The features on "I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)" made it both the most instantly surprising and intriguing record on the list, as it paired Atlanta weirdo MVP Young Thug with one of the freshest young dancehall voices, Popcaan.
  • Destroyed
    Destroyed
    Despite the fact that they're currently two of the most regularly roasted rappers in the country, and are both tight with Boosie Badazz, Young Thug and Kevin Gates had never collaborated until recently. Today, we get to hear "Destroyed, " a Thugger track that features not only Gates, but also Birdman and MPA Duke. 
  • That's All
    That's All
    Perhaps emboldened by last week's massive leak of Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan tracks, producer Goose has been liberating a few unreleased tracks by the former Rich Gang members. Following the drop of RHQ's "Came Back" last week, he gives us "That's All" by Thugger today.
  • Power
    Power
    Yesterday, Young Thug showed up on the most out-of-character song of his career thus far, the summery, sample-driven "I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)" by Jamie xx. After dominating that performance from the "ride the pussy like a stroller" get-go, he gives us another new one this morning, this time with a more familiar face behind the boards. Listen to the London On Da Track-produced "Power."
  • I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)
    I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)
    It takes a production master to pair Young Thug with a classic soul sample and make it seamless. Thankfully, that's exactly what Jamie xx is, and on his latest track, Thugger Thugger sounds right at home over a warm sample of The Persuasions' 1972 track "Good Times." Here's "I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)" from Jamie's upcoming album, In Colour.
  • Dance
    Dance
    Young Thug dropped Barter 6 nine days ago, and now he's already releasing new material. Today he gives us an upbeat, crisply produced track by the name of "Dance." "Dance" will appear on 3rdy Baby The DJ & Muzik Fene's upcoming tape Young Thug vs. Lil Wayne: Trap Kombat 2. Which, based on the name and Thug-Wayne face mashup on the cover, looks rather promising.
  • Bankrolls On Deck
    Bankrolls On Deck
    T.I. always does a good job of staying in touch with the younger generation of rappers from his city, and his new record assembles a lethal combination of the new class. PeeWee Roscoe, Shad Da God, and of course, Young Thug contribute to the record, each bringing their own flavor of ATL swagger.
  • No One Else
    No One Else
    Out of nowhere, Gucci Mane released his 8th project in 2015 Monday night called Trap House 5 (The Final Chapter). Laced with 14 tracks, the mixtape features guest appearances from Young Thug, Chief Keef, and Peewee Longway. Meanwhile, production is handled by the likes of Mike Will Made It, Zaytoven, and Honorable C.N.O.T.E.
  • Just Might Be
    Just Might Be
    Young Thug is going ahead with the Carter 6 project title, but we're still not sure when we're going to hear the project. Meanwhile, new records have been popping up over pretty frequently, and today we've receieved yet another tune, and this one is definitely something special. While again, we're not sure if this is intended for the upcoming LP, "Just Might Be" finds Thugger tightening his flow up into lightning speeds, before breaking things open with some of his more experimental melodies.
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