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Young Thug Drops ‘Business Is Business’ Surprise Project From Prison

todayJune 24, 2023 29

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Young Thug, the Atlanta-born rapper and one of the most influential figures in contemporary hip-hop, has once again taken the music world by storm with his highly anticipated new suprise album “Business is Business”.

Young Thug — who has been awaiting trial in an Atlanta jail for over a year — may not belong in an orange jumpsuit, but he’ll probably reinvent the attire at some fashion show when he gets out. Thugger is one of the top rappers in the game, and yet he’s been sidelined by allegations from Georgia’s Fulton County that his Young Stoner Life label is actually a criminal gang.

Arriving just a week after “a Gift & a Curse,” the new album from labelmate and former associate Gunna — who was also indicted but pleaded guilty to one count of racketeering and has since been freed — “Business Is Business” is Thug’s first solo release since 2021’s “Punk,” and since his incarceration.

This  15 track project includes features from the likes of; Drake, 21 Savage, Lil Uzi Vert, Future, Travis Scott, BSlime, Nate Ruess, and Lil Gotit.

Known for his distinctive style, unconventional delivery, and fearless experimentation, Young Thug’s latest offering showcases his growth as an artist while pushing the boundaries of genre and artistic expression. With a mesmerizing blend of infectious beats, introspective lyrics, and surprising collaborations, the album cements Young Thug’s status as a true visionary in the ever-evolving landscape of rap music.

Even after a year behind bars, Young Thug isn’t cowering in the face of adversity. He dedicates an entire song to declaring himself “Uncle M,” or Uncle Murda, and his attitude seems summed up by the defiant expression he’s wearing on the album’s cover. On the closing track, “Global Access,” his last words are “I was caught up on somethin’, but now I’m back/ I just almost had threw away like eleven years.” Is that a prediction or wishful thinking? Time will tell…

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