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It was just yesterday where Young Thug released two new tracks in “Halftime” and “Beat It.” The set of tracks was produced by Thugger’s go-to producer London on da Track. Today Thugger is sharing another new one in “Just Might Be.” This one is produced by one Wheezy. Kind of an ironic producer name/association given Lil Wayne’s recent discrepancies with YMCMB, the label Young Thug is currently signed to. Any who, check out “Just Might Be” after the jump.

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With Young Thug on the road with Travi$ Scott for the Rodeo Tour Thugger is receiving exposure to new audiences. And as a result he and his team are leaking some new tunes. Two to be exact. The pair of “Halftime” and “Beat It” are produced by Thugger’s go to producer of the moment London on da Track. No wonder as to whether or not the tracks will appear on Young Thug’s Carter 6 album. Listen to both cuts after the jump.

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Notorious Houston producer and legendary chopped DJ OG Ron C is currently in the process of working on a forthcoming chopped-and-screwed remix project of Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, fittingly titled If You’re Choppin This It’s Too Late. OG Ron C has gone on to share the chopped version of “Madonna” which in addition features second verse from Drake, which you can check out after the jump.

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Rich Homie Quan recently announced that he is officially splitting from Rich Gang (Young Thug and Birdman, being the other two members at the moment) to focus on his own brand. Quan didn’t exactly reveal any juicy details as to why, given his rapport with fellow Atlantan (and self-proclaimed “brother”) Young Thug. Could this be Rich Homie Quan’s answer to the recent, highly publicized squabble between Lil Wayne and Birdman? Who knows. There is no real, definitive answer as Quan has wisely kept his lips sealed on the matter. However, it’s worth noting that as soon as word got out about Quan’s departure a song entitled “My Homie” surfaced online. The song, as the internet collectively has noted is ironic, with both Quan and Thugger being on the track together. But we doubt there’s any beef, so to speak, between Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug, and we can probably expect more collaborations between the two. Anyway, enough gossip, check out “My Homie” after the jump.

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T.I. and Young Thug struck gold with “About the Money” in 2014 and would team up once again for “We Want War.” So it was inevitable the two ATLiens would dap it up and release more music together. And today T.I. and Thugger share “Off-Set” a track from the soundtrack to the upcoming Furious 7 film, which hits theaters on April 3rd. Listen to “Off-Set” after the jump.

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Another day, another string of Rich Homie Quan tracks. By now I’m not sure I can handle more RHQ loosies, I want an album! Seriously, dude puts out so many loose tracks they can fill up five full-length albums. Don’t get me wrong, I like Quan but by now it’s time to put out a full length solo project. It’s been a minute! Anyway, this pair features Young Thug and Migos. Listen to “Whatever” and “Falisha” after the jump.

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In case you haven’t heard, there are over three full hard drives full of unreleased Gucci Mane material just sitting around. And depending on your taste level that’s either a good thing or a bad thing. Regardless, that’s a whole lot of Gucci. And today you’re getting another unreleased Gucci track, as he sits in prison. This time it’s “Down on That” featuring young ATL hotshot, Young Thug. Listen after the jump.

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Metro Thuggin, the collaborative project between Atlanta super producer Metro Boomin and the always entertaining and idiosyncratic Young Thug, has been awaiting to see the light of day. With the exception of a few loosies here and there, there hasn’t really been much in the way of Metro Thuggin. However, this all may change in 2015, as they prep the release of their collaborative studio offering. Here we are treated to two cuts in “Speed Racer” and “Warrior.” Listen to both after the jump!

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Lil Wayne’s highly anticipated Tha Carter V may not see the light of day anytime soon but he’s apologizing to his fans for that with his second installment to the Sorry 4 the Wait series. Featuring Drake, 2 Chainz, Mack Maine, Shanell, and Christina Milian Sorry 4 the Wait 2 has Wayne going over “Sh!t,” “No Type,” “Hot N***a,” “CoCo,” “You Guessed It” and many other recognizable songs. You can stream and download Lil Wayne’s Sorry 4 the Wait 2 mixtape after the jump.

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Lil Wayne continues the rollout for his forthcoming Sorry 4 the Wait 2 mixtape (as Tha Carter V still has no official release date) after sharing his “Sh!t” freestyle a few days ago. This time Weezy is going over Makonnen’s “Maneuvering.” Listen after the jump.

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“No homo but my blunt look like a d**k” utters Young Thug on “Friend of Scotty” the latest leaked cut from the New Atlanta weirdo. And frankly this may be the strangest, most bizarre track from Thugger Thugger we’ve heard yet. Which I know, in retrospect, may seem like a stretch in a catalog consisting of “Miss U,” “Picacho,” “Lifestyle,” and “Ain’t Trippin'” to name just a few. But seriously, “Friend of Scotty” has the aforementioned blunt to penis analogy as well as talk of pizza pies and their subsequent toppings. Anyway, listen for yourself after the jump.

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Lil Wayne preps the release of his forthcoming Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape amidst the battle over the release of his (currently) pending Tha Carter V album. And to tease the forthcoming Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape he is sharing a freestyle over Future’s Mike WiLL Made It-produced “Sh!t” instrumental. Listen after the jump.

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