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YoungBoy Never Broke Again Recruits Nicki Minaj For ‘WTF’

Rap superstar from Louisiana YoungBoy never broke again recruited another rap superstar Nicky Minaj for a stunning new single “WTF”. The track comes courtesy of Never Broke Again/Motown Records.

Frequent collaborators since 2020’s “What That Speed ​​Bout,” the duo’s third collaboration, doubles as a warning to industry ops, hangers-on and internet trolls. “WTF” is the latest track from YoungBoy’s forthcoming sixth album Never Broke Again Don’t try this at homedue on the 21st

“Who the hell these new faces? Around inside my business,” YoungBoy raps to a bluesy guitar line and an infectious beat. “I don’t remember that face at all, they weren’t in the trenches with me.” When Minaj chimes in, she makes it clear where she stands. “Cross YoungBoy, then cross Queen, all these internet games turn boys into memes,” warns the hitmaker. “Keep sleeping as a team, we will pause your dreams.”

‘WTF’ follows recent singles ‘Next’ and ‘Demon Party’, all of which will be included on the 23-year-old’s forthcoming album. 2023 was a typically productive year for the rapper, who only dropped his previous project, I rest my case, in January. This album became YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s fifth consecutive top 10 hit on the Billboard 200 when it debuted at number 9.

With more than 30 billion total streams and 109 RIAA-certified releases, including three platinum or double-platinum albums, YoungBoy Never Broke Again is one of hip-hop’s hitters. He is particularly dominant on YouTube, where he is the #1 most streamed artist of all time with more than 12 billion views. As the rapper prepares for the next chapter in his career, “WTF” serves as a reminder that he’s just getting started.

Delivering an unmatched performance in volume and quality, YoungBoy Never Broke Again has infiltrated every corner of culture at a relentless pace without comparison. He rose from the darkness in Baton Rouge, LA and into his own light as an icon of his generation.

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