Young Thug subtly teased the release date for his next studio album tentatively titled 'Punk' during his 13-minute 'Tiny Desk' set.
July 28, 2021 Watch Thugger run through four new songs from The Houdini Estate. It appears Jeffery Young Thug Williams is close to dropping another body of work. The Atlanta-raised rhymer was the latest recording artist to take part in NPRs Tiny Desk (Home) concert series, and the performance included a glimpse into what is coming next from the YSL leader. Young Thug debuted four new songs Die Slow, Droppin Jewels, Hate The Game, and Tick Tock while performing in the intimate setting. He also ran through a Rock version of Ski from the chart-topping Slime Language 2 compilation Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker joined Thug for Ski. During the 13-minute Tiny Desk set, Young Thug also subtly teased the release date for his next studio album which is tentatively titled Punk. The back of his t-shirt features the date October 15, 2021. Young Thugs Tiny Desk (Home) is already a Top 10 trending video on YouTube. The Tom Kirk-directed NPR Music production has pulled in more than 270,000 views and 24,000 likes on the platform in its first 16 hours. Besides performing at The Houdini Estate in Los Angeles for Tiny Desk, Young Thug was also on the bill for last weekends Rolling Loud Miami festival. Thugger used his performance in Florida to preview tracks from Punk. Im about to put this album out, right? Its called Punk. If I can perform something off of the album, say hell yeah! Young Thug told the Rolling Loud Miami crowd on July 24. He also introduced a new pink aesthetic for his latest album era.