Young Thug Pushes Back 'Hy!£UN35' to September

Thugger might even move that date too.

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Young Thug’s debut album, released under 300 Entertainment, is getting pushed back to next month.

After Barter 6, Thugger announced that Hy!£UN35 (pronounced hi-tunes) will be releasing on Aug. 28. In a recent interview with Fuse, the Atlanta rapper confirmed that he’s moving to date to Sept. 24, but didn’t want to lock in that date either.  

“My new album is called Hy!£UN35, and I think it is launching September 24,” he says. “I don’t know. I might take it back because I got a couple new songs I may want to play for the label. All the songs are perfection.”

Thug has teased his upcoming LP with “Pacifier” and has maintained himself as an in-demand artist with standout verses like on Jamie XX’s “I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times).” While Hy!£UN35 has a solid release date, Thug still hasn’t updated fans on the release of Slime Season, his collaborative tape with producer London On Da Track.

Thug also spoke to Fuse about co-directing with Be El Be and the creative process of "Halftime." You can watch the rest of the interview above.

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