NBA YoungBoy dropped a bomb with his Richest Opp project.
The mixtape is set to have 17 tracks, which is quite a bit considered the 33-song album he just released in April. While YoungBoy does tend to release a ridiculous amount of material, there is a good reason for it. He has been on house arrest for years. Despite the ongoing beef with Lil Durk and his online rants, the rapper is currently living a relatively peaceful life in Utah. YoungBoy has been facing legal issues since he was arrested for federal gun charges several years ago. Sadly, because of this, he cannot make public appearances.
While YoungBoy might be on house arrest, he is still achieving huge career milestones. He just became the youngest rapper ever to have 100 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. His first single, “Untouchable,” reached number 95 in 2017, and since then, he has managed to chart an additional 99 times as either a lead artist or a featured artist. Youngboy joins an elite group of rappers, including Nicki Minaj, Drake, Lil Wayne, and Jay-Z, who have achieved this feat. He will no doubt chart again with some of the songs from his new mixtape. It seems like there might be some pretty controversial cuts on the album.
YoungBoy Is Coming For Everybody
With NBA YoungBoy’s new release close at hand, new bits and pieces about the project have been dropping online. His recent social media activity indicates that this mixtape will likely be more aggressive in tone. Just hours before the album’s release, the lyrics to the song “F*ck The Industry Pt. 2” were shared via social media. One thing is for certain: YoungBoy isn’t pulling any punches this time around.
In the new song, YB directly calls out several high-profile artists including Drake, J. Cole, and Lil Yachty. He even outlined the specific disses by putting the targets’ names in red. “Talk to Drake cross Facetime, he wasn’t feeling me,” the lyrics read. “Told me that he f*ck with Durk, damn that sh*t getting to me.” It looks like YoungBoy is going all out on this new mixtape. It will be interesting to see who else the rapper calls out in the 16 other tracks. What do you think of the lyrics to “F*ck The Industry Pt. 2”?