"No cap, we done did albums that I got right here on my phone that I ride and listen to," Gunna said at the interview's 8:05-minute mark after being asked how many unreleased Gunna/Thugger songs he is sitting on. "Lately we been working like extra... I was just at the studio locking back in with him."
This led the hosts to ask if he and the YSL honcho will be putting the tracks together and releasing a collaborative album.
"Yeah for sure," Gunna disclosed. "We pressing for this year, honestly."
While a full album of Gunna and Young Thug is enough news to put fans in a blissful coma of slime, Gunna did take time out of the interview to share his thoughts on the incarceration and possible deportation of fellow ATLien 21 Savage.
"He in my prayers. I know he gonna overcome it. We all do we kings," the rapper, who is featured on 21's latest album I Am > I Was, told the station. "When he come back he gonna be bigger than ever. Like when Meek went and had to handle that business. He came home, he dropped, and now he back on... just got to pray... and think positive."
After touching lighting on Savage's situation, Gunna returned to the positive news of his music. Adding to the pending Thug project, Gunna confirmed that he and Lil Baby will be back in 2019 to defend their tag team title with Drip Harder 2. Also, in a random but appreciated surprise, he revealed that a Young Gunna and Nasty Nas track could be on the horizon.
"It has (been talked about)... I have talked to Nas himself and we are cooking up," Gunna explained, stopping short of confirming a track exists.