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Future and Young Thug Get Weird As Hell In Their "Group Home" Video

The Atlanta superstars extend the life of their joint album, 'Super Slimey.'

by Lawrence Burney
05 April 2018, 12:04am

Atlanta superstars Young Thug and Future gave fans the ultimate gift towards the end of 2017 when they came together for collaborative album Super Slimey. The project was a perfect blend of Thugger's otherwordly wails and Future Hendrix's raspy harmonies. Today, the duo released a video for one of the project's strongest songs in "Group Home" and it's delightfully weird as hell.

The clip switches from Future pacing back and forth in a room filled with dangling bodybags (filled with humans, we assume) which maybe isn't that strange when you consider that he's dressed like a vampire for half of the video—he even wears a cape on the back of a bomber jacket. At other points, he and Thug end up in front of a huge house surrounded by creepy kids wearing masks, old people dressed in all black, and animal carcasses. It's great to see our Atlanta faves finally start to make videos that match how refreshingly strange their music can be. Watch the video above.

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This article originally appeared on Noisey US.

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