AceShowbiz - After teaming up for their joint project "Super Slimey", Future and Young Thug have unveiled the visuals for the lead track "All Da Smoke". The cinematic visuals features a group of kids stealing money in order to escape from their home.
The four-and-a-half minute clip begins with a group of kids, who live together in an Atlanta home, getting engaged in a heated discussion after they learn that the caretakers of the house only use money for themselves. "I hate this place," one of the kids says. "You know Ms. Shirley and Chester's fat a** don't give a f**k about us. They're making racks off of us just living here every f***ing month."
Feeling upset and angry towards their caretakers, the kids develop a plan to escape from the house by kidnapping a local citizen, robbing his money and holding the poor guy hostage in an abandoned school auditorium. At the place, viewers can see Future and Young Thug rapping the lyrics to the song.
"Every n***a out my city became a boss/ Know she rollin', holy moly, no days off/ Pyrex, cook it up like Kyrie, trade you off," they rhyme. "Green and white like Celtics, don't play with me, play with a fork/ I'm superior, I'm imperial, I ain't feelin' ya/ I been eatin' me some heroin, oh about a brick."
"Super Slimey" was released on October 20 last year after the duo teased it on social media, posting pictures of themselves in the studio together. The project received commercial success as it debuted at No. 2 on Billboard 200 chart even though many music critics suggested that the album was not worth buying.
Calum Singerland of Exclaim! stated, "The two collaborators have trouble finding common ground here. They're equally impressive in their own right, but they rarely connect, and when they try on each other's styles, it's awkward."