Kanye West famously referred to his 2016 album The Life of Pablo as a "living breathing changing creative expression," making major tweaks and additions to the album well beyond its initial release. The move inspired much discussion among fans about what, exactly, the "album" form even means anymore. Does an "album" ever have to be a final, unchanging, definitive product?

In that spirit, Young Thug has updated his most recent album to include a fresh verse from Quavo.

Quavo has been added to the track "You Said," which was previously a featureless entry on Young Thug's excellent Beautiful Thugger Girls. The album was initially released, sans Quavo, on Jun. 16.

 

I added @quavohuncho on "u said" go listen....

A post shared by ""JEFFERY"" (@thuggerthugger1) on Jul 7, 2017 at 2:34am PDT

Listen to the new version of "You Said" right here via Apple Music and/or stream it below.

Future also recently went the Pablo route with his HNDRXX album, adding his Chris Brown collaboration "Pie" post-release.

Young Thug's Beautiful Thugger Girls almost featured an additional contribution from none other than Frank Ocean, as producer Charlie Handsome recently revealed in an interview with DJBooth. Ocean, at one point, was poised to have a feature on "Me or Us" but the stars never aligned. Handsome also teased a possible update to the track in the future featuring vocals from Travis Scott, meaning we should possibly expect Thugger to keep hitting us with tweaks.