With director Mat Fuller at the helm, the pair enjoy a wild house party that finds them following two women throughout the night before things get a little “crazy” at the end. Of course, a CB visual wouldn’t be complete without some dope choreography as well, and the clip also features a cameo from frequent Thug collaborator, Gunna.
The latter is one of a handful of guest appearances on the 12-track project and actually appeared on two different songs. Other features include Too $hort, E-40, Future, Hoodybaby and Thug’s artist Lil Duke.
Sales of the project were relatively low for both superstar artists, but when called out by French Montana over the dismal performance, Thugger was quick to clap back.
“We put it out on soundcloud for free for about 3 days auntie,” Thug wrote. “we didnt wanna do the whole label thing, but only because he wanted to put it out on his bday, now mind your little biz.”
He later added more, writing, “You saw my last album did and you most definitely saw his last album did Auntie.”
Young Thug responds to French Montana talking about Slime & B’s low sales pic.twitter.com/wtDhhJ4wEK
— THUGGER DAILY ひ (@ThuggerDaily) May 15, 2020
The pair had been going back on forth on social media after Thug didn’t appreciate the fact French felt he could o hit-for-hit in a matchup against Kendrick Lamar. The back-and-forth between Thug and Montana lasted just over a month, but eventually subsided.
Check out the ‘Go Crazy’ video up top.