Young Thug Feat. Travis Scott, Gucci Mane & Gunna – Floyd Mayweather

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Today marks the five-year anniversasry of Young Thug’s “Jefferey.”

In the initial track of Young Thug’s cheerful presentation collection So Much Fun, the diverse Atlanta craftsman rapped, “Needed to wear the dress ’cause I had a stick.” And except if you were quite recently tuning into Young Thug’s recurrence, you definitely knew what he was referring to: the famous front of his 2016 mixtape Jeffery, in which the transcending rapper brandished a kimono-style dress planned by Italian architect Alessandro Trincone.

That tape followed Thug’s acclaimed Slime Season mixtape series, and in spite of the fact that fans were quietly anticipating his profoundly expected introduction collection — which at the time was still probably named Hy!£UN35 (HiTunes) — Young Thug dropped off an exploratory nine-track project (10 including his work of art “Get The Phone” collab with Travis Scott) all things considered. Furthermore, today, Jeffery commends its five-year commemoration.

Rapper Young Thug performs in front of an audience during Power 105.1’s Powerhouse 2016 at Barclays Center on October 27, 2016 in New York City.

The mixtape included fan-most loved tracks like “Wyclef Jean,” “Guwop,” and “Kanye West,” yet of the multitude of significant minutes on Jeffery, the tape’s subsequent track, “Floyd Mayweather,” stays a feature. The woozy cut components Gunna, Gucci Mane, and Travis Scott, and it continues for six minutes in a row. All things considered, regardless of its dull nature, the laid-back cut is a snare epic of sorts, and it stays a jewel from one of Young Thug’s most particular activities to date.

Stream “Floyd Mayweather” underneath and let us know who you think had the hardest stanza. Likewise, let us realize which track from Jeffery is your top pick, after five years.

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