In most cases, NBA YoungBoy returns quickly after releasing a song with more heat – sooner rather than later, as usual. It seems as though the 23-year-old rapper has proven to be one of the most consistent rappers in the industry, despite the fact that he is under house arrest at the moment. He therefore has greater time and opportunity to create new music while he is under house arrest.
At this point, one is only able to speculate as to how many unreleased tracks YoungBoy has in his vault; however, it is certain that they will be released in the near future. The Baton Rouge rapper has released “Richest Opp“, his latest project, on May 12.
Despite the fact that NBA YoungBoy just released his debut project Don’t Try This At Home just a few weeks ago, it’s unlikely that he’s bothered about “oversaturation.” As his fan base has a cult-like following, he has been able to maintain a high demand for his music and has been making sure that he comes out with it whenever he can. Earlier last night, a strong declaration was made by one of his fan pages on his fan page, and it caused a lot of controversy. “In the future, NBA YoungBoy will be regarded as the biggest hip hop artist out of Louisiana,” they said, adding an emoji of a goat to illustrate their point.
Despite the fact that many fans agree with the sentiment, others came to the defense of prominent Louisiana rappers with names such as Master P, Lil Wayne, Kevin Gates, Lil Boosie, Curren$y, and others. There is a saying that goes like this: “All publicity is good publicity.” It is true that it was an online debate, but nevertheless, many people were intrigued by YoungBoy’s new project, and it is worth listening to. A wealth of 17 records in Top’s arsenal allows him to deal with Richest Opp alone for the majority of the time (of course), however there is one collaboration he has with T.E.N. (with Rionfive) on “Chopstick.”