The 20-track project arrived early Friday (October 15) with a mammoth amount of features including J. Cole, Drake, Lil Baby, Future, Doja Cat, Gunna and more.
Joined by a full band, performing in front of the gardens of the Houdini Estate in Los Angeles, Thug played a set of new songs: “Die Slow,” “Droppin Jewels,” “Hate the Game,” and “Tick Tock.” For the last song, the band was joined by legendary Blink182 drummer, Travis Barker, to perform an alternative “Ski."
While Young Thug has the whole world skiing now some of his words have come back to bite him. In a recent interview he explains why he said he has more hits than Jay-Z. As reported by Complex the Atlanta, Georgia native paid a second visit to the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast. The overall vibes […]
Atlanta mega rappers Young Thug and Gunna are giving back to the city in a big way. The Hip-Hop stars posted bail for 30 inmates at the Fulton County Jail
The trailer Call of Duty: Warzone's third season is pretty damn lit.
Why we feel like Thugger might follow suit and start putting ice chips all over his brows and cheek bones? Just sayin.'
Young Thug was talking with Gillie Da Kid on the latter's Million Dollaz Worth Of Game podcast and the Atlanta rapper proceeded to jump out the window, figuratively. While bragging that he had 30 songs that would make the crowd go crazy at his shows in arenas, he then proceeded to add that "Jay-Z ain't got 30 songs like that."
Thee Stallion unleashes her brand new single ahead of her upcoming appearance on Saturday Night Live on Saturday (October 3).
Young Thug went out of his way to critique Pusha T for his Drake diss on an unreleased song tied to Pop Smoke's new, posthumous album, Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon. The Atlanta rapper seemingly got his wish, and Push A Ton reacted.
The Atlanta rapper was among many who felt that the Coke Boys/Bad Boy Records star stepped out of bounds for challenging K-Dot, but it appears he went a little too far in his response on video.