NBA Youngboy Drops “Don’t Try This At Home”
NBA Youngboy drops new music with 33 tracks. Will he make history with “Don’t Try This At Home” on the Billboard Hot 100 chart?
NBA Youngboy Drops New 33-Track Album “Don’t Try This At Home”
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NBA Youngboy drops his sixth full-length studio album.
The new album, “Don’t Try This At Home” arrives with 33 tracks.
You can see the tracklisting below.
This is a special release, as Youngboy Never Broke Again is poised to set a cool record on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.
Released through Never Broke Again/Motown Records, the 23-year-old rapper/singer/songwriter is just one record away from reaching a milestone.
That milestone is having 100 Hot 100 charting hit songs.
Not only will e break this record, but he will also be the youngest artist in history to do so.
Already Youngboy – real name Kentrell DeSean Gaulden – is one of the most streamed musicians in the world with over 30 billion to date.
Artists assisting in this project include Nicki Minaj.
Their collaboration, “WTF” is already released.
Also released is the vid for the collab with Mariah The Scientist, “Rearview“.
Additionally, Post Malone and The Kid LAROI are featured in this album.
You can see the music video below.
Check out the 33 track list now –
- Big Truck
- Mr. Gaulden
- Take Down
- By Myself
- Out Nothing
- Begin My Line
- Rearview (f. Mariah The Scientist)
- Homicide Pt. 2
- Cold Killers
- WTF (f. Nicki Minaj)
- Choppa Docter
- Trust Issues
- Run The Hood
- No Rubber
- Loaded Now
- Got One
- Grave Digga
- Off The Lean
- What You Say (f. Post Malone & The Kid LAROI)
- No Lease
- Another Dead
- Pistol Totting
- Cemetery Lifestyle
- Don’t Leave
- Head Shot
- I Is That
- Like Madden
“Don’t Try This At Home” joins his discography that includes 109 RIAA-certified titles, with three platinum or double platinum albums.
Watch the official music video for the Post Malone & Te Kid LAROI featured track, “What You Say” now –
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