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Today GRAMMY® Award-nominated Louisiana rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again drops his mega-anticipated new album, Don’t Try This At Home via Never Broke Again / Motown Records. YoungBoy Never Broke Again is now one song away from earning 100 charting hits on the Hot 100. He will become the youngest artist to ever reach this milestone.

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The album boasts features from Post Malone and The Kid LAROI, in addition to the recently released singles “WTF” featuring Nicki Minaj and “RearView” featuring Mariah the Scientist. With more than 30 billion total streams and 109 RIAA-certified releases including three platinum or double platinum albums, NBA YoungBoy is one of the most listened to artists in the world, and Don’t Try This At Home marks his 6th full-length studio album to add to his canon. YoungBoywas the third most-streamed artist in the United States last year (according to Luminate), behind Drake and Taylor Swift, and currently sits at No. 1 on YouTube’s Top Artists page.

The 33-track lp finds him firing on all cylinders, masterfully wielding his off-kilter signature flow, dipping in and out of incisive verses and infectious melodies.

2023 has been a typically prolific year for the 23-year-old rapper, who only dropped his previous project, I Rest My Case, in January. That album became YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s fifth consecutive top 10 hit on the Billboard 200 when it debuted at #9. YoungBoy NBA is particularly dominant on YouTube where he is the #1 most-streamed artist of all time across all genres, with more than 12 billion views.

Recently covering Billboard’s Power 100 issue, YoungBoy notes in the cover story that he is looking forward to change with this album, stating “I am very curious of the person who I shall become.” Also in 2023, YoungBoy Never Broke Again was voted as The People’s Champ by readers for the XXL Awards. The Source cited him among the “Top 5 Hip-Hop Artists of 2022,going on to call him “one of the most prolific rappers on the planet.OkayPlayer declared, “There’s a YB song for every possible mood you can be in. NPR put it best, YoungBoy seems to have the upload button held down: He’s prolific but consistent, always active and always online, rolling out content at the algorithm’s desired pace.

About NBA YoungBoy

Delivering an unmatched output in terms of volume and quality, YoungBoy Never Broke Again has quietly infiltrated every corner of the culture at a relentless pace without comparison. He rose out of darkness in Baton Rouge, LA and into his own light as an icon for his generation. To date, he has reeled in over 12 billion streams and counting. Earning dozens of gold, platinum, and multiplatinum certifications, he has consistently crushed the charts with eight Top 10 debuts on the Billboard Top 200 and four #1 debuts on the respective chart, including the platinum AI YoungBoy 2 [2019], gold 38 Baby 2[2020], platinum Top [2020], and Sincerely, Kentrell [2021]. Most recently, The Last Slimeto went gold and bowed at #2 on the Billboard 200. He averages over 16 million monthlylisteners on Spotify as one of the Top 350 most listened to artist on Spotify. He stands also out as one of the most influential, impactful, and inimitable artists in the world, and he’s about to change the game once again. This is just the beginning for YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s biggest, boldest, and best era on Motown, beginning with a statement on the 2023 LP, I Rest My Case, and coming in hard with another message on Don’t Try This At Home.

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