Float through your quarantine with Chris Brown and Young Thug’s ‘Slime & B’: Review

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This week, Chris Brown and Young Thug released their well-composed joint project ‘Slime & B’. As it implements uptempo production and the lovely balance of vocals from both musical stars, the twelve-track project is a smooth effort—bound to enter the charts. If you’re in the mood to hear some bangers featuring usual collaborators (Duke, Gunna) and two Bay Area legends (E-40, Too $hort), you want to add the mixtape to your to-do list now. Chris Brown’s classic R&B vocals reign supreme alongside Young Thug’s signature sing-rap chops are what make it what it is: Slime & B. When two artists of this calibre pair up, there’s not much to say or breakdown. Listen to it if you haven’t, and if you did already, do it again.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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