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24 October 2017, 13:30
Does it compare?!
Future and Young Thug released their collaborative mixtape ‘Super Slimey’ last Friday.
The Atlanta duo, who were previously involved in a long-running feud, put their differences aside to unleash 13 new songs.
‘Super Slimey’ features a guest appearance from Offset and includes production from Mike Will Made It, London On Da Track, TM88 and Southside.
Since the project dropped, some fans have been comparing it to Kanye West and JAY-Z’s 2011 collaborative album ‘Watch The Throne’.
Check out the best tweets below:
Future and Young Thug went in on this tape. It’s the trap “Watch The Throne”. pic.twitter.com/H67444bU1V— Juice Springsteen (@JuicySteen) 20 October 2017
Future and Young Thug dropped the trap watch the throne— Skins 3-13 (@22CVR_reborn) 20 October 2017
I feel like Future & Young Thug mightve just dropped the Watch the Throne of mumble rap.— CornballBrothasKeepr (@Aha_Jon) 20 October 2017
no cap | future & young thug— mamba mentality. (@el_teee_) 20 October 2017
one track in and it's already better than watch the throne
Future and young thug project dropping tonight this our watch the throne— HXV (@WE_ARE_HXV) 19 October 2017
Future and Young Thug joint album? This the Watch the Throne of mumble rap.— TJ Arnaez (@TJArnaez) 20 October 2017
Complex have also published a detailed song-by-song comparison of the two projects.
Hip-Hop fans have since taken to Twitter to slam the idea of the two albums being compared to each other.
JayZ & Kanye gave us Watch The Throne which is a classic. We’re not going to disrespect it by comparing it to Young Thug & Future’s album pic.twitter.com/1nD2RcDyTW— c (@chuuzus) 23 October 2017
Watch The Throne is in a space of its own. Future I love. Young Thug is just herpes on trap beats.— Ayomide O. Tayo (@AOT2) 23 October 2017
Since when did we start comparing Future & Young Thug to Kanye & Jay Z? Watch The Throne tops everything. https://t.co/fFiARHvYEk— Waqas Razzaq (@ovo_waqas) 23 October 2017
First of all young tHug and future are and sHould’ent be compared to jay z and kanye west we already know watcH tHe tHrone is way better https://t.co/DpSeiQIQTv— mario tarin (@drake_mariot01) 23 October 2017
@Complex yall know dam well no future and young thug mixtape should be in the same sentence,paragraph, or book as watch the throne.— Slue (@sneakerbox_slue) 24 October 2017
Future previously collaborated with Drake on their 2015 mixtape ‘What A Time To Be Alive’.