I love Young Thug, but I feel like he's definitely not going to be really remembered in 10 years. The problem is that he's both too mainstream and not mainstream enough.
On the one hand, his production is definitely mainstream. This is an asset to him now, because he can get fans who like the production. In ten years, though, it's going to sound incredibly dated. On the other hand, his delivery is weird as fuck. It's interesting enough that he could be remembered for it - if his production wasn't so mainstream. The problem is that his delivery is too weird to get big mainstream success. He's never going to get the sort of success that he could be remembered for alone, but he's not weird enough to be timeless.
(His lyricism is better off not being mentioned. Lyricism is a good way to get longevity, because good lyrics will almost always remain good lyrics. Not so with production or delivery.)
Does anybody else here agree or disagree with this?