It's a safe bet Atlanta rapper Young Thug sucked at Simon Says as a child, since he likely followed his own muse regardless the permissions granted to him by those running the game. Since emerging with his debut mixtape I Came from Nothing in 2011, the unpredictable MC has consistently charted his own course, squawking, barking and growling his way through a series of avant-garde hip-hop explorations (Slime Season, from 2015, doubles as a frenetic spin through the rapper's warped mind) and comparatively radio-friendly jams (the glossy, spacious "Lifestyle").

It's a safe bet Atlanta rapper Young Thug sucked at Simon Says as a child, since he likely followed his own muse regardless the permissions granted to him by those running the game. Since emerging with his debut mixtape I Came from Nothing in 2011, the unpredictable MC has consistently charted his own course, squawking, barking and growling his way through a series of avant-garde hip-hop explorations (Slime Season, from 2015, doubles as a frenetic spin through the rapper's warped mind) and comparatively radio-friendly jams (the glossy, spacious "Lifestyle").

The rapper, born Jeffrey Williams, is also remarkably prolific, having released a trio of records in 2015 alone, including Barter 6, Slime Season and Slime Season 2, the latter of which found the MC elevating his wordplay to heights equaled only by his outsized imagination. We have no idea what he has planned for a follow-up, but at this point it would be a mistake to tune out.