Open up the mosh pit: Young Thug's Punk is at last here. The rapper's for quite some time prodded collection showed up later than expected on October 15, after some detailed last-minute increments, hitting spilling at 3 a.m. ET. The collection is Thugger's second in name, yet the most recent in a series of handfuls on the off chance that you count his mixtapes and gatherings; simply recently, he helmed Slime Language 2, an aggregation for his mark Young Stoner Life. In spite of its name, the 20-track Punk doesn't wander excessively far from Thugger's Atlanta trap roots, beside some wanderer guitars. (In spite of the fact that he appeared a couple of collection tracks live with a musical gang for NPR, remembering Travis Barker for drums.) Like Slime Language, Punk shows up with a stacked list of attendees as well: Future, Doja Cat, Drake, Travis Scott, A$AP Rocky, Post Malone, Gunna, and J. Cole all component close by an inquisitive appearance by previous fun. artist Nate Ruess and two after death refrains from Juice WRLD and Mac Miller. Glad Slime Season to all who celebrate.
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Future, Doja Cat, Drake, Travis Scott, A$AP Rocky, Post Malone, Gunna, and J. Cole