Some might lament a lack of focus here, but I disagree. Young Thug's album opener "Tsunami" starts off at a torrid pace he the refuses to embark from. The mad scramble whether half-sung or clearly enunciated, will always be lynchpin of his art, and I don't use the term lightly. Rare is to see an artist in 2018 dedicate a track to his producorial team, as Thugger did on "Tsunami." The intro, the chorus and the interwoven wordplay within the song all speak to his gratitude for producers Wheezy and Keyyz, especially the latter whose "sound" permeates the whole LP.
As much as we'd like to think producers are fairly credited, often times they aren't. During an interview last year, French Montana couldn't even name the producers of his mega hit "Unforgettable." Sometimes music gets mistagged, and the first error to be made is often contained in the liner notes. On "Tsunami," Young Thug leaves little room for misinterpretation.
See my bag, bitch, see my bitch behind me
Gold diamonds with, match the side-kick
I made promises, and I'm keepin' it
Get the Range Rover, autobiography
Talkin' crazy, slap his ass with the shine
Put the, light up wrists at any time