[FULL~ALBUM] Young Thug Slime Language 2 Zip+Mp3 Album Downlaod

[FULL~ALBUM] Young Thug Slime Language 2 Zip+Mp3 Album Downlaod

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by [FULL~ALBUM] Young Thug Slime Language 2 Zip+Mp3 Album Downlaod
Published: April 15, 2021 (3 weeks ago)

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Nothing kills the excitement around a new rap record like learning it’s actually a label compilation. From Eminem’s grim Shady Records showcases to Lil Wayne’s sadistically Gudda Gudda-heavy We Are Young Money comp and JAY-Z’s forgotten Roc-A-Fella Records Presents: The Roc Files, Vol. 1 (there was never a Vol. 2), rappers have a long tradition of burying second-tier material on promotional efforts created to lift their imprint’s lesser talents. Even Young Thug’s team seemed to telegraph that his new release, Slime Language, should be graded on a curve. Its overcrowded tracklist is heavy on unknowns like Lil Keed, Tracy T, and Nechie, and speckled with verses from guys like Duke, who has never generated any real heat of his own despite wing-manning on Thug tracks for years. That it also features not only Thug’s sisters HiDoraah and Dolly but also his on-again, off-again partner Karlae furthers the impression the project was born of little more than blatant cronyism.

And yet any skepticism goes out the window from the first track, when Thug euphorically cowabungas his way across a tropical breeze of a beat on “Tsunami,” setting a precedent for good vibes that the record consistently lives up to. Label compilation or not, Slime Language is so generous with its star attraction that the distinction barely matters, and Thug digs in with his usual rubber-jawed zeal. He’s the kind of rapper who commits so fully that even a disposable quip like, “I’m not 2 Chainz/I got 40” feels like method acting: It’s a mere two bars, yet he inhabits the aggrieved sense so fully, selling the umbrage in the notion that somebody’s count could be so off.

From the streamlined elegance of Barter 6 to the lunatic modernism of JEFFREY and the horndog strum-and-croon of Beautiful Thugger Girls, Thug’s strongest projects have introduced completely new avenues of expression. In part because of its label obligations, Slime Language isn’t as indelible as any of those records, nor as revelatory, yet it carves out a niche in Thug’s discography: It’s a summertime party record, his most cheerful, undemanding project since the I Came From Nothing mixtapes of his less adventurous early years, before stylistic gambits took hold over simple pleasures.

Tracklist :-

Believe That ft. Big Bank Black
Take It To Trial ft. Gunna & Yak Gotti
Barney’s by Gunna
Sugar Water ft. T-Shyne
Copy Us by Lil Keed, Lil Gotit & NAV
Whippet ft. Gunna
Batman Robin ft. Roddy Ricch
Mission ft. Karlae & Lil Keed
Due To The Fact by Lil Duke & Lil Gotit
No Hook by Yak Gotti ft. Lil Uzi Vert
Slatty ft. Lil Duke & Yak Gotti
Cray Cray ft. Gunna & Lil Keed
Talked to God
Stackin it by Gunna ft. Nechie
3 Million ft. Strick & Yak Gotti
Think Twice ft. Juice WRLD & Lil Duke
Bankroll by Lil Keed ft. Yung Kayo
No Pillows ft. Karlae
Real Sista by HiDoraah & Dolly White
Proud of You
Latest Gucci ft. FBG BabyGoat
JLO by Lil Duke
Still Thuggin by Gunna & BH
Minaj ft. Gunna, Karlae & Tokyo Vanity
Jewel Baby ft. Future, Gunna & Lil Baby
King Size ft. Lil Keed & Swizz Beatz
Out The Park