Listen to Young Thug’s ‘No, My Name is Jeffrey’ mixtape, featuring a Harambe tribute

The rapper’s latest mixtape includes a song dedicated to the martyred gorilla

Young Thug has dropped his latest mixtape, ‘No, My Name is Jeffrey’.

The Atlanta rapper’s third release of the year, following ‘I’m Up’ and ‘Slime Season 3’, features guest spots from Gucci Mane, Gunna, Quavo, Offset, Travi$ Scott, Young Scooter, Duke and Wyclef Jean.

The track titles are named after Young Thug’s idols, who include boxer Floyd Mayweather and Harambe – the gorilla who was shot and killed at the Cincinnati Zoo earlier this year.


The mixtape’s artwork, a portrait of Young Thug wearing a violet dress and bonnet, has caused a stir on Twitter, with some calling it the best cover of the year and others drawing comparisons to Disney princesses.

“”JEFFERY”” available everywhere tonight at 12am est. Shot by: @whoisglp

A photo posted by “”JEFFERY”” (@thuggerthugger1) on

‘No, My Name is Jeffrey’ is available to stream now via Apple Music in the US.

Last week, it was reported that Young Thug was changing his name to the title of his latest mixtape. It remains unclear whether the name change is official.


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