Young Thug Songs

  • No Problem
    No Problem
    Well here’s some unexpected Thugger to kick off the Thanksgving festivities. Out of nowhere, producer Trauma Tone, who’s worked with the likes of Rich Homie Quan, Gucci Mane, & J. Cole to name a few, decided to release a new song he produced for Young Thug called “No Problem.”
  • Relax
    Another Young Thug hit the digital streets last night, a woozy slumper called "Relax." Thug finds himself "in the projects without Pat." Instead he brought his bro YL Vision. Thug takes the first verse, unleashes the hook ("Take a little perc and relaaaax!), and then hands off the mic to YL for the second verse. YL Vision is somehow out of tune despite using autotune. This beat sounds like the work of London on da Track production, though his producer tag is absent. Perhaps we are listening to an unfinished cut? Share your thoughts in the comments.
  • Contemplate (No Tags)
    Contemplate (No Tags)
    After taking some time apart to focus on their respective solo careers, it seems like once-BFFs Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug are joining forces once again. After linking up over Metro Boomin production on "Color Purple," Rich Homie revealed that there may be another Rich Gang  album yet.
  • Dead On
    Dead On
    Over the weekend, Rich Homie Quan seemingly announced that him and Young Thug would be reuniting for "Rich Gang Pt. II," aka a sequel to Tha Tour: Pt. 1, their September 2014 joint tape. Now a new song by the name of "Dead On" from the two of them has surfaced as a part of DJ Fresh's "Rich Homie NoDJ Pack."
  • Magnificent
    Young Thug has some great production collaborators (Wheezy, Goose, Metro Boomin), but London On Da Track has been his most consistent (and to many, best) producer, supplying the feel of the Rich Gang tape, as well as much of Barter 6 and the Slime Season series.
  • Hercules
    Young Thug & Metro Boomin have been making headlines this week for going at each other on twitter, leaving us to believe their highly anticipated Metro Thuggin project wasn’t going to see the light of day anymore. However, it turns out the “beef” was all one big troll job to promote their new single “Hercules,” which just dropped tonight and will see life on the duo's upcoming project, Metro Thuggin.
  • All Over
    All Over
    London on da Track and Wheezy, two of Thugger's closest collaborators, took up about half of the beats Slime Season 2, but the other producers are nothing to scoff at. In terms of placements -- largely because of their close work with Future -- no one has had a bigger year than either Metro Boomin or Southside. Both ATL hitmakers had a beat each on SS1 and they return to SS2 on the same track: "All Over." 
  • Never Made Love
    Never Made Love
    Thugger made good on his promise to drop Slime Season 2 tonight. Most of the features on the tape are up-and-comers from either YSL or Bankroll Mafia, but the one that immediately stands out comes from Thug's former partner-in-crime, Rich Homie Quan. Yep, Rich Gang is back, and they've brought back London on da Track for "Never Made Love," recreating the magic the trio concocted on Tha Tour: Part 1. 
  • Color Purple
    Color Purple
    In what's not very uncommon anymore, a new track from Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan has somehow surfaced online this evening called “Color Purple.”
  • Phoenix
    Goose has produced some of Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan's strongest tracks of 2015, and it seems like there are still some more collaborations in the stash. Today, a new Thugger x Goose record has made its way online, which continues in the direction we've seen that rapper move since the Rich Gang mixtape, delivering a good amount of energy, but always restraining himself just enough to keep a semi-meditative feel.
  • No Joke
    No Joke
    Young Thug is on an enviable tear, with new music from the rapper surfacing on a weekly basis. The impressive Slime Season was his most recent official project, and SS2 is said to be on its way, but more new tracks continue to make their way online in the meantime.
  • We Ready
    We Ready
    Young Scooter has been pretty absent from our lives, we've only heard from him intermittently, with the last leak being "El Chapo" with Casino and Future. With Future's buzz at an all-time high, perhaps he'll be turning more attention to his FBG crew members, Scooter included. The first order of business is to deliver Scooter's long-awaited Married to the Streets 2 mixtape, at least we hope.
  • Plug Is Latino
    Plug Is Latino
    Zuse, aka the rapper with the best ad-libs in the game, comes through today with a new collaboration with Young Thugger. He's been relatively quiet since he dropped the Post Malone-featured "On God," back in July, however with a new mixtape dropping tomorrow, it was about time for a reminder.
  • I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times) (Remix)
    I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times) (Remix)
    Yesterday we received the official music video for the feel-good and quirky "I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)" from Jamie xx, Young Thug and Popcaan which appeared on Jamie's recent album In Color. While the song has been around for a minute, the video and now this remix is giving it a second push. Jamie xx recruited rising UK rapper Skepta on this official remix, which offers a slightly different version of the production too-- also handled by Skepta. In addition, Skepta added his affiliate Frisco to this new mix. Are you feeling it?
  • Don't Waste My Time
    Don't Waste My Time
    We just got Young Thug's Slime Season mixtape earlier this week, which contained some of his poppiest material since his bright, melodic, ICFN2 days. His new collaboration with Keyshia Cole finds him in a similar role, as frequent collaborator, London On Da Track, comes through with a bouncy instrumental that Cole gets nice and comfy on, while Thugger matches the singer with an R&B-informed verse.
  • Quaterback
    Young Thug finally delivered his Slime Season mixtape this afternoon, after announcing the project back in July. The mixtape also received a new cover art overnight, following a contest for Thug's fans to design it. That's not the only part of the project that seems to have changed since Thugga's initial announcement-- the mixtape was slated to be a joint effort with producer London On Da Track, but it's turned out more to be a Thug solo affair, with production handled by an assortment of beatsmiths.
  • PBJ
    A week after hitting us with the League Of Starz-produced-cut “Check Run It”, T.I. returns with another one called “PBJ” featuring fellow ATL trappers Young Thug & Young Dro.
  • Party Favors
    Party Favors
    Tinashe's going full steam ahead with the rollout for her sophomore album, Joyride, and while we're sure to hear some bright pop moments from the LP (which features contributions from Dr. Luke, Max Martin, and Nic Nac), she's begun the new era with a dark, heavy record with assistance from a solid cast of beatmakers (Boi-1da, Illangelo, Vinylz, and Allen Ritter).
  • Cloud 9 (Edit)
    Cloud 9 (Edit)
    The last time we heard Texan producer/OVO affiliate Eric Dingus remix an Atlanta anthem, he flipped Gucci Mane's "Rich Muthafucka" on the icy banger "Life In You" that dropped back in May. Today, he's back with a more involved "edit" of an ATL track, namely Young Thug's 1017 Thug 2 cut "Cloud 9."
  • I Need Chickens
    I Need Chickens
    A day after posting Young Thug collab "Pacifier," Mike Will Made It shares another Thugger joint in "I Need Chickens."