In support of his most recent album, Jeffery, Young Thug dropped the visual for “Webbie” (feat. Duke). In the video, Thugger is definitely feeling himself. He’s swagged out, dancing around, and throwing’ $100 bills. At one point it seems like he’s even making out with the cash? Yep, that’s a new one.
Check out the visual for “Webbie” (feat. Duke) below.
Today, Young Thug Jeffery released a promo for his upcoming album, No, My Name Is Jeffery. In the video, Jeffery is in an interrogation type setting where different people refer to him as Young Thug and he continuously responds, “No, My Name Is Jeffery”.
Jeffery announced his name change, and dropped a song under his new name, last week. His official social media accounts are still under his original alias, Young Thug, so I guess we’ll have to stick around and see how this all plays out.
No, My Name Is Jeffery is set to drop this Friday, Aug. 26. Peep the teaser below.
Today, on Travi$ Scott’s second episode of his new Beats One show, .wav radio, Young Thug/Jeffery dropped the first song off of his upcoming album Jeffery, “John” (featuring Wyclef Jean). The collab is a surprise for most, and the two definitely vibe very well together.
Earlier this week, Young Thug informed us that he is changing his name to Jeffery. It’s an interesting change but it’s been in the works for a minute, dating all the way back to SXSW earlier this year with Slime Season 3’s announcement being a funeral procession down Austin’s well known sixth-street. Little did we know at the time that this was a symbol of Thugger Jeffery re-naming/re-branding himself.
Listen to “John” below and stay on the lookout for Young Thug’s Jeffery’s upcoming album, Jeffery, which is expected Aug. 26.