Future and Young Thug's new project, Super Slimey, seemingly came out of nowhere. The lack of a rollout hasn't stopped fans from copping up.

According to HitsDailyDouble, the commercially-sold mixape is projected to push between 85,000 to 110,000 equivalent album units in its first week out, with 20,000 to 30,000 of that coming from traditional album sales.

Hendrix and Thugger's new collab features 13 new tracks. Producers on the tape include Southside, Richie Souf, Wheezy, C4, Fuse, TM88 and others. Offset is the only feature on the tape. Similar to Future and Drake's collab, What a Time to Be Alive, both Thug and Future have solo tracks.

The new project came on the heels of news that Thugger, Hendrix and Young Scooter would be coming out with a joint new mixtape. Earlier this week, Scooter tweeted, "#STREETLOTTERY4 FEATURING @1future @youngthug ON THE WHOLE TAPE GONE BE CRAZY 🐍🐍🎥🔥🔥🔥. A rep for Scooter confirmed to XXL the whole tape features all three artists.

Both Future and Young Thug have been keeping busy lately. Hendrix just released a mini movie for the track, "Feds Did a Sweep," off his self-titled album. Thug just dropped the visual for his single, "Family Don't Matter" featuring Millie Go Lightly.

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