New single from Yung Bleu titled “Games Women Play”

by | Feb 27, 2023 | Latest, Music News, New Music Alert | 0 comments

It was announced earlier this month that Yung Bleu would release Love Scars II, the sequel to his 2018 comedy Love Scars: The 5 Stages of Emotions. A few days before Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14), the talented Alabama artist dropped his new single from the upcoming project titled “Games Women Play,” an album that was produced by Jerry Lang, Robby Hale, Teldrick Smith, and MOONBOY. Bleu matches the toxic features of his love interest when it comes to loyalty and commitment in the track, as the title suggests.

Yung Bleu shared a snippet of the performance in a video clip he shared before the song’s official release, which could be seen below. An acoustic pianist provides support to the singer behind the scenes in this short clip where the singer of “You’re Mines Still” delivers his harmonies from within a lavish residence as a pianist performs to the background.

It has been just over three years since Yung Bleu released his sophomore album, “TANTRA,” which is a 17-track body of work with additional collaborations from Kelly Rowland, Fivio Foreign, ZAYN, Nicki Minaj, French Montana, Lil Wayne, Lucky Daye, Ty Dolla $ign, and Ne-Yo. Additionally, the same year saw the Investments artist growing into one of the most sought after features across genres, thanks to his standout performances on a variety of songs, including Dvsn “Last Time”, M Huncho “Who We Are,” Coi Leray “Aye Yai Yai,” Maroon 5 “One Light (Remix),” Chris Brown “Possessive,” and Ashanti “Falling For You.”

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