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Mon Aug 12 23:46:48 EDT 2019

Young Thug is the greatest musician alive.  You could even say he's the Frank
Zappa of our generation.  He is not just another manufactured rap star, he is a
complete artist.  He is not someone that is being controlled by a record label.
Thugger is singlehandedly one of the most innovative and unique rap artists of
this decade.

He is a melodic genius, his beats are experimental, innovative, unique, he isn't
afraid to experiment, he is constantly evolving and changing his style.  Young
Thug, from the beginning, has always pushed boundaries and has continued to make
progressive music that others could only hope to imitate.

His voice is an instrument.  He wants you to look beyond just the lyrics.  They
are there just to complement the music, they are an application of the voice as an
instrument rather than a medium for verbal communication and storytelling.  His
voice and his sounds are something that no one else is doing.  Young Thug
obviously isn't a Kendrick/Drake type of rapper with outstanding rapping ability
but he still manages to make better music than them.

His mixtape, Barter 6, is an extremely introspective and personal record.  It
allows you to better understand the perspective and emotions of Jeffrey Lamar
Williams.  The mixtape has become a bridge for white youth to enjoy the art of the
black inner city and empathize with the likes of Thugger and that is what is so
wonderful about art.  We are able to see who he really is and understand him.  The
introductory interview at The Fader Ford shows that he is a surprisingly
soft-spoken young man and it gives you all the more reason to care about him.

There was no Young Thug before Young Thug.  He is not emulating anyone, he isn't
trying to be anyone.  He has no influences.  When Check came out of nowhere,
everyone loved it because nothing sounded like it.

He has accomplished so much at such a young age, can you imagine what his music is
going to sound like in 5 years?