On Slime & B, you’ll hear both Young Thug & Chris Brown do what they do best. Breezy belts out his R&B vocals over trap beats while Thugger slides in some singing of his own. The project in its entirety has more of an R&B-trap feel than a rap album per se, and overall they’ve managed to craft a diverse project that is playable from beginning to end. Slime & B marks first-hand documentation of the said journey. One that reveals deeper insight into what makes our heroes tick, their vices and desires alike. Sometimes, their desires are their vices.