Young Thug is back with a deluxe version of his hugely-successful So Much Fun album. On Wednesday, the Atlanta rapper hinted that the exapanded album would feature new individual collaborations with Travis Scott and Gunna.

Today he's come good on his word. So Much Fun (Deluxe) sees Scott and Thugger link up once again on their braggadocios new track, “Hop Off A Jet.” On “Diamonds,” Young Thug and his frequent collaborator, Gunna join forces to compare notes on their respective jewelry collections. All three also appear together on the remix of “Hot.” Stream the full album below.

The extensive tracklist also features Future, Lil Baby, Lil Uzi Vert, 21 Savage, Quavo, Juice WRLD, and J. Cole. Wheezy, T-Minus, and Pi’erre Bourne have contributed on the production end. Stream the full project below.

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