Atlanta’s legendary incarcerated emcee, songwriter and business mogul Young Thug, born Jeffrey Lamar Williams, has just released an exclusive “Metro Boomin Version” of his latest studio album “Business In Business”.
The new album, which captures the tracklist and album sequence that Metro himself “envisioned for the album”, features two new rap records – “Sake of My Kids” and “Money” featuring Nicki Minaj & Juice WRLD.
The original “Business is Business” LP, which featured guest verses by OVO’s Drake, Atlanta’s rap pioneer Future, 21 Savage, Houston’s Travis Scott, Philadelphia’s Lil Uzi Vert and Young Stoner Life affiliates BSlime & Lil Gotit and Nate Ruess, consisted of 15 hard-hitting rap records and heavily affected Gunna’s highly anticipated return to rap music since his prison release.
Thugga is yet to drop any visual treatment from the star-studded album. However, given the Young Stoners Life bossman’s RICO incarceration, which has extended to well over a year, a music video featuring him seems far-fetched for now.
Ever since the “Metro Boomin Version” dropped earlier today, fans have been questioning Thugger’s decision to release a slightly different version of the LP. He is yet to comment.
Like usual practise, the “Business is Business” artwork still remains the same and doesn’t feature guest verses by Coi Leray or Lil Durk – two of the earliest emcees to express support for Young Thug’s rap album rollout.
Listen to ‘Business is Business (Metro’s Version)’ by Young Thug and Metro Boomin here.