Young Thug’s Sold Out Terminal 5 Show
featuring surprise guests Lil Yachty, Ugly God, and Dae Dae
Announced all show profits to be donated to Planned Parenthood
Beautiful Thugger Girls is Available Everywhere!
Pictures from the event HERE
[June 30, 2017 – New York, NY] Last night was a special night for Young Thug, who celebrated the release of his critically acclaimed project “Beautiful Thuggers Girls” with a sold out show at Terminal 5. The room erupted with surprise and delight when Lil Yachty, Ugly God, and Dae Dae made special guest appearances. In addition to commemorating the release with his biggest supporters, Thug decided to donate all profits from the show to Planned Parenthood, in support of their fight against plans to defund the health care organization.
Thug’s performance in NYC served as his first live performance since the release of “Beautiful Thugger Girls.” The Atlanta-native will continue to travel across North America to perform his fans’ favorite songs from the record. In August, he will perform at Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival in New York. In addition, appearances are also set for a number of upcoming European festivals, including London’s Wireless Festival (July 7th-9th), Gothenburg, Sweden’s Way Out West Festival (August 10th-12th), and Helsinki, Finland’s Flow Festival (August 11th-13th).
Beautiful Thugger Girls Reviews
“Thugger’s one-of-a-kind warble remains the perfect match for his truly peculiar lyrics.”
“It is what makes Thug such a notable stylist and an appointment listen pretty much every time he decides to record something.”
“If in the past Thug has made everyday experiences seem chaotic and formless, his achievement here is distilling the murky waters of young love and lust into vital, undeniable pop.”
“It suggests that Thug is an artist with a long career still ahead of him, one whose bag of tricks may never run out as long as he continues to maintain his uncompromising identity within his increasingly pop-oriented songforms. Beautiful Thugger Girls suggests that should continue to be no problem.”
“No longer obsessed with achieving or asserting his singularity, he’s set his sights on resolving it, constructing weird yet accessible songs that build upon his long record of experimentation and openness without falling victim to it—pop music, in other words.”
“Thug remains in a deeply connected, creative place, and he can say as much with a voice-crackle as other rappers can with a whole song.”