Young Thug Videos

  • T.I. Feat. Young Thug "Off-Set" Video
    T.I. Feat. Young Thug "Off-Set" Video
    The "Furious 7" soundtrack is one of the most successful film soundtracks of the last few years, even peaking at Number One on the Billboard 200 for a week. This was largely due to many of the tracks being the sort of dumbed down EDM-rap crossovers that have ruled the radio in recent years, as well as the cringe-inducing, Charlie Puth-featuring, Number One-hitting Wiz Khalifa track "See You Again." 
  • Young Thug Feat. Gucci Mane "Again" Video
    Young Thug Feat. Gucci Mane "Again" Video
    As promised, Young Thug liberates his video for Slime Season leak "Again" feat Gucci Mane at 5:55pm. Set at the Gucci Mane “Trap God” art exhibit, the video features Thugger bouncing around the gallery amidst gold-plated portraits of Guwop. Heavy religious imagery intermingles with the usual trap music video tropes to make the video a memorable one despite Gucci's conspicuous absence. Watch out for a cameo from Metro Boomin.
  • Yo Gotti Feat. Young Thug "RIhanna" Video
    Yo Gotti Feat. Young Thug "RIhanna" Video
    Earlier this summer, Yo Gotti paired up with Young Thug for an infectious track called "Rihanna," and today it's gotten the luxurious video it deserves. 
  • Bankroll Mafia Feat. T.I., Young Thug, Shad Da God "Bankrolls On Deck" Video
    Bankroll Mafia Feat. T.I., Young Thug, Shad Da God "Bankrolls On Deck" Video
    T.I. recently put together a loose Hustle Gang supersquad called Bankroll Mafia that consists of PeeWee Roscoe (aka the dude who shot up Lil Wayne's tour bus), Young Thug, Shad Da God, and TIP himself. Today they share the video for their brand new single "Bankrolls on Deck." With the direction of Kennedy Rothchild, who directed the "About the Money" video, Bankroll Mafia celebrates their immense stacks with the help of some fine women. The saturated red, blue, and yellow color palette in conjunction with the Japanese characters give it a comic book, Roy Lichtenstein vibe.
  • Young Thug Feat. MPA Duke "With That" Video
    Young Thug Feat. MPA Duke "With That" Video
    Keeping the visuals coming, Young Thug decides to revisit his Barter 6 mixtape this evening and share the official video for “With That” featuring MPA Duke. Directed by Be El Be, the video finds Thugger and Duke taking over the ATL streets with some hilarious, cartoon-esque special effects added to their heads, similar to NBA Jam’s classic big head cheat code. Check it out above.
  • Young Thug "Halftime" Video
    Young Thug "Halftime" Video
    One of the best tracks on Young Thug's divisive mixtape Barter 6 (you'll never stop bashing me for giving it an 87, will you?) is "Halftime," and Thugger Thugger just blessed us with a video. Let's see how much conversation is sparked by his outfits on this one-- after all, every time he dresses himself, it allegedly goes "motherfucking viral."
  • Lil Wayne Dodges Question About Young Thug Beef
    Lil Wayne Dodges Question About Young Thug Beef
    While he's yet to use his name, Lil Wayne hasn't been shy about expressing his disapproval for Young Thug-- something we can assume is rooted in the rapper's choice to call his last mixtape Carter 6 (now Barter 6). However, when he was approached by TMZ outside of Avalon Hollywood last night, he had a smug, unrelated response for the reporter. 
  • Hannibal Buress' Young Thug Impersonation Is On Point
    Hannibal Buress' Young Thug Impersonation Is On Point
    In a recent interview with The Stashed, somewhere between reflecting on his short career as an SNL writer and riffing on the perils of balding in black culture, Hannibal Buress managed to squeeze in his Young Thug impersonation. The impersonation stemmed from a question about Buress's song "Gibberish Rap," in which he lampoons unintelligible rappers. He performed "Gibberish Rap" with Skrillex for YouTube Comedy Week. He told the host he actually wants to collaborate with Young Thug. Skip to the 3:25 mark for the sauce. 
  • Lil Wayne: "Ain't No Such Thing As 'Carter 6'"
    Lil Wayne: "Ain't No Such Thing As 'Carter 6'"
    It seems like every week in 2015, Lil Wayne's dropping another diss. Kicking off the year naysaying Birdman and Cash Money at nearly every opportunity he got, Wayne has since turned his attention to Young Thug, who released Barter 6 last week. Weezy's most recent instance of throwing Thugger under the bus came last night, when he spoke out against the ATLien's recent project:
  • Young Thug Feat. Birdman "Constantly Hating" Video
    Young Thug Feat. Birdman "Constantly Hating" Video
    How are you going to censor Young Thug? 300 just dropped the first video from Barter 6, "Constantly Hating," and it's a clean version. Other than that, though, it's pretty cool.
  • Word On The Street: Lil Wayne Vs. Young Thug ("Barter 6 Saga")
    Word On The Street: Lil Wayne Vs. Young Thug ("Barter 6 Saga")
    Today Young Thug's Barter 6 hit the web (a day early), and has just about everyone, fan and non-fan alike, clamoring to give it a listen. Is it good? Will it be better than Wayne's long-delayed Carter V? Can we even compare them? Do you like Young Thug?  We hit the streets to see what the people are saying about Young Thug's Barter 6 and the people are saying some funny shit. We also got into the Wayne vs. Thugga debate, let us know where you stand on that front below.
  • Young Thug "Check" Video
    Young Thug "Check" Video
    With his Carter VI project on the way, Young Thug decides to come through and share the first official single from it called “Check”. Produced by London On Da Track, Thugger decides to put out this accompanying video that finds him stackin’ his paper while on his tour bus. The paper-chasin’ anthem comes a a few days after catching his latest release "Just Might Be".
  • Rich Homie Quan Talks Young Thug's "Bitch Homie Quan" Comment
    Rich Homie Quan Talks Young Thug's "Bitch Homie Quan" Comment
    Over the course of their joint "Rodeo" tour, Travi$ Scott and Young Thug have attracted attention for a variety of perceived disses of other artists. Scott's gone at J.
  • Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 10)
    Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 10)
    Last week's episode of the Noisey-helmed "Atlanta" documentary series focused on the producer side of things, with Noisey speaking to in-demand producers Mike WiLL Made It, Zaytoven and TM-88 about their sound.
  • Rae Sremmurd Feat. Nicki Minaj, Young Thug "Throw Sum Mo" Video
    Rae Sremmurd Feat. Nicki Minaj, Young Thug "Throw Sum Mo" Video
    Rae Sremmurd had two of the hottest singles of 2014, and when their debut album, SremmLife, arrived at the top of 2015, the pressure was on to deliver on the infectious catchiness of "No Flex Zone" and "No Type". The LP managed to capture the energy of the two records and successfully spread it across 11 tracks, but as consistent as the pop-rap opus was, there were still a few clear cut picks for radio.
  • Young Thug & Travi$ Scott Bring Out Birdman & Wale In NYC
    Young Thug & Travi$ Scott Bring Out Birdman & Wale In NYC
    Last night Young Thug and Travi$ Scott took over Webster Hall with a turnt up performance in NYC. The two rappers may be from down South, but they saw no lack of love in the East. They even brought along two friends to make the performance even more memorable.
  • Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 8)
    Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 8)
    We've already seen the likes of 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, iLoveMakonnen, and Migos documented in the Noisey's Atlanta series, but anyone who even casually follows hip hop from the region knows there are a couple big names that we've yet to hear from.
  • Rae Sremmurd Feat. Young Thug & Nicki Minaj "Throw Sum Mo" Video (BTS)
    Rae Sremmurd Feat. Young Thug & Nicki Minaj "Throw Sum Mo" Video (BTS)
    It seems that almost everyone has a different favorite from Rae Sremmurd's debut pop rap opus, SremmLife, but "Throw Sum Mo" is definitely one of the most universally agreed upon (but if "Unlock The Swag" doesn't get the single treatment, someone's dropping the ball).
  • Young Thug Feat. Birdman "Givenchy" Video
    Young Thug Feat. Birdman "Givenchy" Video
    Rich Gang's The Tour Part 1 mixtape begins with one of its strongest tracks, but not before Birdman some of his signature toasting, bragging about "boolin' in the bondo with a couple of bitches". Naturally, the concept of the video could've come from that very quote.  While Baby stunts in his throne with a cigar, Thugger takes the opposite approach to flexing, hitting us with some manic dance moves, decked out head to toe in red, with bleached dreads swinging.
  • Young Thug Predicts He Will Work With YMCMB Back In 2011 Interview
    Young Thug Predicts He Will Work With YMCMB Back In 2011 Interview
    Back in 2011 Young Thug was just another Atlanta rapper working to make a name for himself in this game. He had yet to break out with songs like "Stoner" and "Danny Glover," and he'd yet to link with his Rich Gang buddies Birdman and Rich Homie Quan. No matter, at the age 19, he knew exactly what his goals were in the rap game, and about five years later, he's achieved them.
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