On their first official albums, many rappers want to avoid too many features. It makes sense—a debut album is the chance to establish yourself and carve out your own lane, and it's hard to do that when your songs are littered with other artists who all have their own styles.
But the thing is, Young Thug is at his best when he's in good company. His verses are often so out there that he benefits from other voices on the track to help keep things (somewhat) grounded. 20 tracks of nothing but Young Thug would be overwhelming. We hope that Carter 6 is full of features. Bring in Travi$ Scott. Bring in Fabo. Bring in Danny Brown. Bring in Peewee Longway. The more the merrier.