Future and Young Thug are kindred spirits, but working together has been rare, usually coming at the behest of a third party. As two of Atlanta's most prolific and creative MCs, they share a fearless approach to melody and intonation, and on SUPER SLIMEY, both relish the chance to run with someone on the same level. SUPER SLIMEY is dense with bars. The turbo-charged "Three" is as much duel as collaboration, and on “200," they split their respective verses between singing and rapping, with very little stylistic overlap. But when Future somehow finds new ground with his sleep-deprived rasp on "Group Home,” it becomes clear these rappers have stretched their voices in just about every direction possible.