Young Thug and Future recently teamed up to surprise fans with their new trap-laden mixtape Super Slimey. But according to Atlanta producer Southside, the 13 tracks featured on the mixtape were plucked from a hefty list of over 600 songs and Super Slimey was just a small taste of what Thug and Future have been cooking up.
In an interview with Complex, the Atlanta producer dished on working with Future and Thug, both of whom he’s collaborated with from the early stages of their careers. “It has no official timetable because we don’t work like that,” he said. “Like we don’t do any of Future music like that, no official start date, we just go to the studio and have fun, and after we have made six or 700 songs we will pick the album. Literally.”
Southside added that the songs on Super Slimey “aren’t even the hardest” of the bunch and admitted that the project is merely a “teaser.” When asked what will happen to the leftover songs, Southside said he’d rather keep it a surprise. “Man, I don’t even know, it might not even be a Super Slimey 2, it might be What a Slime to Be Alive up next,” he continued. “You never know, we are with the element of surprise. We just keep working and whatever comes out next comes out next.”
Aside from Southside, other notable producers on Thugger and Future’s collaborative project includes London on da Track, Mike WiLL-Made It and Wheezy, while boasting just one feature from Migos‘ Offset.