Young Thug and Future have dropped their joint project Super Slimey. On Thursday (Oct. 19), the Atlanta rappers both shared artwork on their respective Instagram accounts and at midnight, the release was made available.

There have been whispers of a possible project since late 2016, and there aren't a lot of features on the tracks; only Offset of Migos shows up. The 13-track project is produced by Southside, Wheezy, and C4. The pair also recently collabed on “Relationships,” a track from Thugger’s Beautiful Thugger Girls.

That's not their only activity of late. Last week, Future released a 10-minute video for “Feds Did a Sweep," from his self-titled album. And both Future and Young Thug teamed up with Chris Brown for his single and creepy video, "High End."

The two stars have weathered some bad blood. Thugga and Future sparred via social media back in 2015 after a tweet from Metro Boomin led to a back-and-forth between Young Thug and Boomin—the superproducer who'd helmed Future's projects. It led to Future firing back and a war of words, but Thug eventually apologized.

That's all water under the trap bridge now, apparently. You can check out Super Slimey up top and peep some of Thugger's IG posts below.


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