Spend It (Remix)
Dae Dae Feat. Young Thug & Young M.A
Dae Dae's "Wat U Mean" was a huge breakthrough for the Atlanta rapper, and "Spend It" is a worthy follow-up which has now received it's inevitable remix. The features on this one are perfectly selected, recruiting fellow ATL rapper Young Thug for a verse, as well as the Brooklyn-based Young M.A, who has also had a big breakthrough year with the success of her "OOOUUU" single.
Do It By Myself
Young Thug has been doing it by himself, or at least, independently. The rapper recently revealed an office space for his new imprint YSL Records, within the 300 label offices. The latest leak from Thugger's stash is a record that big ups his independence and drive, with production that feels less ATL trap and more stuttering jazz. The record features a closing verse from Rula Da Messiah, who is an affiliate of 808 Mafia.
Belly Feat. Young Thug & Zack
Belly's hiatus since May's Another Day in Paradise ended this morning when he premiered a new song on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show called "Consuela." An answer to Justin Timberlake's "Senorita," it's about Belly's love affair with a girl from Venezuela. It features Young Thug and French Montana's brother Zack.
I Told You
Gucci Mane Feat. Young Thug
Gucci Mane continues to flood the streets with new music. After hitting us with his Woptober album a couple weeks ago, the ATL veteran decides to come through today and share a new song with Young Thug called “I Told You,” which will presumably see life on his upcoming project The Return Of East Atlanta Santa, dropping next month. Produced by Mike Will Made It & Zaytoven, take a listen to the hard-hittin’ street banger & let us know what you think.
Wyclef Jean Feat. Young Thug
Wyclef Jean and Young Thug share a mutual admiration. Thugger named the leadoff track of JEFFERY after the Haitian legend and collaborated with him on "Kanye West," which appeared later in the album. Jean recently had the following to say about Thug: "He reminded me of a modern Tupac, in a sense—in a revolutionary sense.”
Meek Mill Feat. Young Thug & 21 Savage
It was rather surprising to see just how many features -- 13 in total -- Meek Mill included on DC4, which finally arrived yesterday. There are four tracks that come with two featured artists, and luckily, each of those are nicely curated. "Offended," featuring Young Thug and 21 Savage, is easily one of the project's top tracks. Jeffery's hook, from which the track gets its title -- "fuck is you talkin' bout, bitch you offended me" -- is delivered with remarkable ease despite its complexity.
Roc Wit U
A new Young Thug song called has found its way onto the internet. It's called "Roc Wit U," and it is about a sexual encounter between Thug and a woman that is going especially well. He hopes it continues forever. It is unclear what Thugger intended to do with this song. It isn't quite on par with the quality of music he's put out lately, it is only two minutes long and may be a sketch that yet to be fully fleshed out.
D.R.A.M. Feat. Young Thug
Leave it to Young Thug to contribute to the strangest track on D.R.A.M.'s debut album Big Baby DRAM. "Misunderstood" has an 80s prog-rock bend to it, featuring some punchy guitars and a funky bassline, allowing D.R.A.M. and Thug the experimental space they deserve. D.R.A.M. goes for the more straight-forward sing-rap style we know hime for, while Thugger drenches himself in auto-tune, finding a deeper pocket of the beat and giving the song a dynamic bridge-like middle section.
Girls Wanna Have Fun
Usher Feat. Young Thug
Yesterday, Verse Simmonds released a "Good Girls" remix featuring Young Thug. Now, the reference track has seemingly surfaced. Usually, the reference track was recorded by a lesser-known artist, but in this case, it was recorded by Usher. The song was produced by London on Da Track and contains the same sunny vibe that made "Lifestyle" a smash. It's no wondering they got Thug to appear on the remix.
Good Girls (Remix)
Verse Simmonds Feat. Young Thug
After sharing his new LP, To All The Girls, Verse Simmonds has been sharing remixes to some of the records from the project. Following his "In My House" remix with 2 Chainz, Verse has shared a new version of "Good Girls" with an equally well-selected collaborator, Young Thug. A slinky neon-lit R&B jam, the record already seems primed for radio play, and the Thugger assist should only bolster that potential.
Kanye West Feat. Young Thug
How many different versions of The Life of Pablo, either the album as a whole or individual cuts, do you think Kanye West has on his laptop? We might never know the answer (sidenote/my humble opinion, it would be amazing to have a virtual tour of Kanye's laptop). Today we're getting treated to yet another version of the infamous "Famous" (I did that on purpose) record, this time featuring Young Thug through out-- heavy with the ad-libs and all.
Been Thru A Lot
TM88 Feat. Young Thug & Lil Yachty
Young Thug & Lil Yachty teamed up earlier in the year for a standout cut off Chance the Rapper’s Coloring Book project called "Mixtape", and now they’re back at it again. Out of nowhere, ATL producer TM88, of 808 Mafia, decides to liberate a new single on his soundcloud page this evening called “Been Thru A Lot” featuring Yachty & Thugger.
Felix Snow Feat. Young Thug
Los Angeles-based producer has scored recent production credits with SZA and DJ Carnage. Now, he connects with Young Thug for a new track called "Turn Up."
Big Racks (Freestyle)
Although these past few weeks might be the longest we’ve gone all year without hearing new music from Currensy, the New Orleans spitter has been holding fans over in the meantime with his weekly “Lowriders N Raps” documentary series. Looking to get back to the music & celebrate Labor Day however, Spitta Andretti decides to come through today and tackle another popular instrumental in Young Thug’s Slime Season 2 intro “Big Racks” which originally featured Uzi Vert as well.
Pick Up The Phone (Original)
Young Thug Feat. Starrah & Quavo
Starrah is an L.A.-based songwriter responsible for co-writing some of the biggest hits of the last year.
Serving The Plug
Dora & Dolly Feat. Young Thug
While you might still have Young Thug's No, My Name Is Jeffery in heavy rotation, his two sisters Dora and Dolly just dropped off a new collaborative mixtape, vying for a spot in your iTunes.
Let It Go
Ralo Feat. Young Thug & Trouble
Wheezy is responsible for the production on some of Young Thug's most restrained and melodic songs. Name a Thugger song that features a beat in a major key, chances are Wheezy produced it.
On Young Thug's new album Jeffery, he opts for some lighter and poppier-sounding records with songs like "Wyclef Jean," "RiRi" and "Pop Man" (which does actually feature Wyclef too). It's a change of pace for Thugger but with a chameleon-like flow, Thug can easily adopt. Still, Young Thug fans will likely lean towards the more eccentric records as that's where Thug excels. Case in point, "Harambe."
Young Thug Feat. Gucci Mane, Travis Scott & Gunna
Young Thug dropped off his highly anticipated mixtape-slash-album JEFFERY at Midnight. The album's cover art was revealed shortly before, and you know it stirred up some feelings. This is familiar territory for Thugger, you'll recall his Barter 6 cover caused controversy as well, although it's not quite as risky as Thugger wearing a blue, frilly skirt.
Migos Feat. Young Thug
Though the rap world was dealt a major blow with the blocking of Migos Thuggin, the partnership between Thugger and the Nawfside trio lives on. Thug and Quavo have tag-teamed on "F Cancer," "Pick Up the Phone," and Trouble's "Whatchu Doin" -- what a run. Now Offset and Takeoff have been brought back into the mix, as Thug appears on the brand new remix of Migos' May single "Cocoon," a hypnotic trap ballad produced by Cheeze Beatz.