Young Thug was the latest guest on Travis Scott's .wav radio on Beats 1, and the two chatted about Thugger's upcoming Jeffery tape, what it sounds like and why it's different from anything else he's done before.

During their conversation, Thug talks about how he's shedding the Slime Season image of himself and transitioning into a different kind of sound, one that might be a bit more mature and refined. He calls it "crossover." You can hear him talk about it below.

"Jeffery is all about Jeffery. It ain't even about Young Thug. Ain't no Young Thug songs on there," he tells Travis. "The whole mixtape is straight crossover. I ain't ready to go crossover yet [...] I ain't even fully ready yet, I give it eight more months, nine more months, everything will be perfecto."

Today he dropped "Elton" with Wyclef, clocking in at almost six minutes. Listen to that to get a sense of what Thug is going for with his new tape.

He also talked about how each of the songs is named after someone he looked up to, as his fiancée revealed a little while ago. Thug also said he might drop the tracklist tonight (Aug. 19).


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