Wednesday, the tentatively titled Quavo collab "Upscale" mysteriously appeared online. As you should notice immediately upon pressing play, this is in fact the same beat as Cardi B's Cassius Jay-produced Invasion of Privacy highlight "Drip." In fact, Quavo's "Drip" verse also appears here. Future and Thugger, meanwhile, spend their contributions talking of someone who's "thick like Buffy" and the experience of morphing into a horse.
The frequent collaborators, whose Super Slimey project dropped last year to immediate Watch the Throne comparisons, previously marked their artistic partnership in a fairly permanent: tattoos. "Man, me and this n**** got each other's names tatted on us," Thug told Spotify in May. " That's how we feel. It's forever." As Super Slimey producer Southside revealed to Complex, in October Future and Thugger still have plenty of songs still vaulted away.
"Honestly, these aren't even the hardest 13 songs, this is just like a teaser," he said. "They have some very very epic music together." Sadly, he did not elaborate much further, except to say that there "might not even be" a Super Slimey sequel. "It might be What a Slime to Be Alive up next," he said. "You never know, we are with the element of surprise."