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300 Entertainment recording artist Young Thug has announced details of his upcoming new project. “Beautiful Thugger Girls” is available at all digital music retailers and streaming services here.

“Beautiful Thugger Girls” sees the visionary multi-art form superstar singing all 14 tracks on a collection of songs recorded earlier this year. Young Thug heralded the project this week via a post on his hugely popular Instagram (@thuggerthugger1). The post earned immediate media attention from a number of top music media outlets.

One of popular music’s most charismatic and crowd-pleasing live performers, Young Thug will celebrate “Beautiful Thugger Girls” with a series of North American dates, including headline shows and appearances on Future’s blockbuster “Nobody Safe Tour” slated for Ridgefield, WA’s Sunlight Supply Amphitheater (June 11th) and Austin, TX’s Austin360 Amphitheater (June 23rd). Other U.S. dates include the star-studded BET Experience Live, at Los Angeles’ Staples Center on June 24th and Wantagh, NY’s Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival (August 19th-20th). In addition, appearances are also set for a number of upcoming European festivals, including London’s Wireless Festival (July 7th-9th), Gothenburg, Sweden’s Way Out West Festival (August 10th-12th), and Helsinki, Finland’s Flow Festival (August 11th-13th).

“Beautiful Thugger Girls” marks Young Thug’s first new release since last year’s widely acclaimed mixtape, JEFFERY. The 10-track collection, executive produced by Wheezy and TM88, is available now at all leading DSPs and streaming services.

JEFFERY made a spectacular chart debut upon its release, arriving at #8 on the overall Billboard 200 as well as at #5 on the “Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums” tally. The collection – which features tracks like “Wyclef Jean” and the smash “Pick Up The Phone (Feat. Quavo,” performed by Young Thug and Travis Scott – also drew unprecedented critical attention, with Rolling Stone applauding “Thugger’s strongest collection since 2014” by noting that, “as usual it’s Thug’s own sound that predominates: the heroic howls, rasps, mumbles and wheezes of a man who is as captivating a vocalist as any in pop.” The former Jeffery Lamar Williams makes black comedy out of irrepressible sound,” wrote legendary critic Robert Christgau in NOISEY, “cutting the fool with such delight that I found myself not just engaged but agape. Nude or digital, speaking or chanting, narrating or bragging, exclaiming or explaining, sobbing or gasping or chuckling or cackling, his hoohoos and melismas and blahs and mwas and frogcroaks and put-puts are the message.” “Thug understands the modern pop song construction better than anyone: anything and everything can be a hook,” declared Pitchfork. “For nearly 42 minutes, JEFFREY explores spacing, lines, form, texture, and beauty…It’s rangy and stunning, an exciting new curve in the fascinating Young Thug arc.”

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1. Family Don’t Matter ft. Millie Go Lightly (Produced by Wheezy & Rex Kudo)

2. Tomorrow Till Infinity (Produced by Ben Billions & Rex Kudo)

3. She Wanna Party ft. Millie Go Lightly (Produced by Charlie Handsome & Rex Kudo)

4. Daddy’s Birthday (Produced by London On Da Track & Scott Storch)

5. Do U Love Me (Produced by London On Da Track)

6. Relationship ft. Future (Produced by Billboard Hitmakers & BL$$D)

7. You Said (Produced by Wheezy)

8. On Fire (Produced by Wheezy & Charlie Handsome)

9. Get High ft. Snoop Dogg & Lil Durk (Produced by Young Chop)

10. Feel It (Produced by Wheezy)

11. Me Or Us (Produced by Charlie Handsome, Rex Kudo & Post Malone)

12. Oh Yeah (Produced by Wheezy)

13. For Y’all ft. Jacquees (Produced by Billboard Hitmakers)

14. Take Care (Produced by JUDGE)

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