Future & Young Thug - Super Slimey
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Based on 6 reviews
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Based on 309 ratings
2017 Ratings: #774
Liked by 4 people
October 20, 2017 / Release Date
Mixtape / Format
A1, Freebandz, 300, Epic / Label
Trap Rap / Genres
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Future, Young Thug / Primary Artists
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Neither Future nor Thug is at the peak of his powers on Super Slimey, which forgoes explosiveness and poignancy for streamlined action, and many of the solo cuts shine brighter than the team-ups.


Super Slimey falls tragically short of being considered a strong joint project and it’s inherently clear that they still shine brightest as individuals.


Similar to how Drake and Future on What a Time to Be Alive, the two collaborators have trouble finding common ground here.

Pretty Much Amazing
By the first quarter of next year, both artists will have released something new and this one will be a blip in the rear-view mirror.
The Needle Drop

Two of Atlanta's biggest stars link up for a somewhat informal collaborative project.

This think is definitely better than what most people are saying. Thugger and Future usually have some pretty great chemistry. Whether it's when Thugger jumps on Future's signature style and decides to rap moderately fast in short bursts like on the opener No Cap. Thugger's performance on the first leg is great, i actually feel like Future steals the show in the second half, his flow is absolutely hypnotizing. The next track is similar stylistically with Thugger attempting Future's style ... read more
as resident young thug and future stan on this site my rating for this should count at least 3x more than all you peons'

i was pleasantly surprised by future's performance on the more typical trap beats. unlike a lot of the songs on future the album, i think he was engaged on almost all his verses here. also a plus: no metro boomin production; southside firmly establishes once again that he's the better producer. there's definitely some gems on this album (real love, group home, killed before, ... read more
Hard to say why, but in a year this album has aged insanely well. I find myself ACTUALLY returning to this project. I can’t explain why but it may be the spacious and infectious instrumentals through the whole album, and the double dose of both Future and Young Thug that feels pleasent
Super Slimey starts off really strong but gets less interesting as it goes on. Young Thug and Future have good chemistry, but Future constantly gets outshined. It’s still an enjoyable project though, as the production is really good and Young Thug delivers some great performances.

Fav Tracks: No Cap, Three, All Da Smoke, 200, Cruise Ship, Patek Water, Killed Before

Least Fav Tracks: Feed Me Dope
Future's collaborative tape with Young Thug was underrated
Future's collaborative tape with Juice WRLD was underrated

Future's collaborative tape with Earl Sweatshirt will be underrated, too
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Track List

  1. No Cap
  2. Three
  3. All da Smoke
  4. 200
  5. Cruise Ship
  6. Patek Water (feat. Offset)
  7. Feed Me Dope
  8. Drip on Me
  9. Real Love
  10. 4 da Gang
  11. Killed Before
  12. Mink Flow
  13. Group Home
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Added on: October 19, 2017