Of the many things we've come to expect from Young Thug -- anthems, quirky style choices, experimental flows -- consistent new music is top of the list. It's an expectation that he's created himself by, well, consistently releasing new music.
Slime Season 3 dropped less than a month ago, but it looks like he's already got his next move planned. On Snapchat, he teased the release of I Came From Nothing 4 (The first three installments of I Came From Nothing arrived between June 2011 and July 2012).
If ICFN4 does arrive next, it'll be Thugger's third release of the still-young 2016. Plus, his debut album, Hy!£UN35, is due out this year, too.
I wonder how Lyor Cohen, the founder of Thug's label 300, feels about this. In a recent clip from the CNBC show "Follow the Leader," Cohen makes it abundantly clear that he thinks the tireless rapper is releasing too much music.
Seems like Thug is winning the argument so far.