Young Thug Enters The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame
Young Thug is gearing up to finally release his debut album, Hy!£UN35, next month. Before Thugger's fans celebrate that achievement, they can give the rapper a pat on the back for becoming the latest artist to be inducted into The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame.
His song "Pacifier," produced by Mike WiLL Made It, solidified his win. The effort features an old school ’80s-inspired hip-hop beat and distinct guitar riffs. Despite his recent legal troubles, Young Thug directs our attention back to his music with this headbanger.
“I ain’t tryna’ roll no dice, I just wanna make it right / When I f--- her, I’ma turn her / Turn her over, turn her Turner like Ike,” he delivers.
The Atlanta rhymer's road to the Hall of Fame started when he went up against Future's "Blow a Bag" in July. After beating Future, he then battled Meek Mill, T-Wayne and finally took the full victory when he managed to squeak past Warren G's "My House" with more than 52 percent of the fan vote.
Young Thug joins a group of great artists including The Weeknd, Fetty Wap, Chris Brown, Tinashe, Michael Jackson, T-Pain and the most recent inductee, Janet Jackson, in The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame.
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