Following the viral mailing of pet snake promo packages, Young Thug is ready to share his catalog of Young Stoner Life artists. The Atlanta, GA based-record label introduces their dynamic signees: Gunna, Duke, HiDoraah, Dolly, Lil Keed, Tracy T, Strick, Nechie, and Karlae. An imprint of 300 Entertainment, Slime Language is Young Stoner Life’s debut compilation project. Slime Language also features guest appearances from Lil Baby, Lil Uzi Vert, Jacquees, and Trapboy Freddy.
Wheezy, Keyyz, K Bangerz, Kacey Khaliel, DY, Charlie Handsome, Smoke, Matt Mattazik, Super, Billboard Hitmakers, and Turbo all bless Slime Language with their forward-thinking production.
Each artist brings an authentic energy to their respective track with animated personalities and masterful ad-libs – this is the fantasy-football project of rap that the fans have been waiting for (and it’s finally here). Already hailed as a melodic rap veteran, Young Thug entangles himself with the extraordinary sounds of each act. Slime Language undeniably embodies Thug’s sonic influence within each artist.
Slime Language’s stand out track is “Dirty Shoes” featuring Gunna. Gunna’s experimental cadence offers a contagious bounce, which further proves why he has become rap’s most important newcomers. The project then switches to “It’s A Slime” featuring Lil Uzi Vert. The Grammy-nominated artist and Young Thug’s entertaining friendship offers a natural buoyancy that the fans are always looking forward to hear. Finally, “January 1st” featuring Jacquees and Trapboy Freddy, serves up a black-belt approach to melodic arrangement.
Duke, HiDoraah, Dolly, Lil Keed, Tracy T, Strick, Karlae, and Nechie’s remarkable distinctiveness only proves why Young Stoner Life Records has the most idiosyncratic rosters in music. Slime Language is a powerful concoction of artistry that solidifies Young Thug as one of music’s most efficacious artists and dynamic label executives.
Listen to Slime Language to discover why Young Stoner Life is quickly becoming music’s latest legacy record labels and be sure to catch Young Thug on tour with J. Cole.