The cover art, stylized in black-and-white, shows Thug in the courtroom looking back at the camera. This is one of just two posts on the rapperâ€™s feed, with the other being the countdownâ€™s scannable via QR code â€“ which can also be found on his website.
Metro Boomin also shared the forthcoming release on his Instagram and Twitter, hinting at some vein of collaboration on Business is Business. He wrote, â€œBUSINESS IS BUSINESS AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE TONIGHT!! YOU CANâ€™T STOP WHAT GOD HAS PLANNED!! #FREETWIN I LOVE YOU BRO,â€ alongside the cover art.
Business is Business will be Young Thugâ€™s first solo release since his 2022 arrest. As the cover art hints, Thug remains behind bars. His RICO trial was recently delayed until this July.
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