Nba Youngboy Offers To Stop Rapping For $100 Million

Nba Youngboy Offers To Stop Rapping For $100 Million

If someone is prepared to pay his fee, NBA YoungBoy will cease his rap career and give away all of his unreleased recordings.

The rapper from Baton Rouge teased the offer on Wednesday night by uploading a picture of a LaCie external hard drive on his Instagram stories (November 23).

“You can have it for 100 million, and I’ll never rap again on anything,” he captioned the post.

NBA YoungBoy received the offer towards the conclusion of a particularly busy year in which he already released five projects, including The Last Slimeto, his fourth solo studio album. In addition, a joint project with DaBaby was released in March of this year, and a new mixtape with Quando Rondo will be released on November 25.

NBA YoungBoy is on track to release 10 projects this year because of the deluge of new music. If he had, his productivity would have surpassed that of mixtape greats like Lil Wayne, Curren$y, and Gucci Mane.

He announced his intention to do so in October, right before the release of his Gangsta Grillz mixtape, Ma’ I Got A Family, which featured DJ Drama’s backing and contributions from Nicki Minaj and Yeat.

The mixtape, which debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200, increased the Never Broke Again boss’ overall chart position total to 25, passing JAY-Z, who has 24. It should be noted that neither Beyoncé nor JAY-collaborative Z’s album EVERYTHING IS LOVE is included in either artist’s solo discography according to Billboard.

It was also revealed in October that NBA YoungBoy, who is currently the second-most streamed artist of any genre this year behind Drake, has accrued an astounding 5.4 billion streams in the United States in 2022. (6.7 billion). Even the biggest star in the world, Bad Bunny, lagged by a billion streams.

In fact, YoungBoy has worked with the 6 God to set the pace for the majority of the year. With 3 billion and 2.8 billion total U.S. streams, respectively, the two rappers were dominating all artists in May, with about 500,000 more streams than Taylor Swift, who came in third.

However, not all of his production has had a favorable impact; the 23-year-old recently stated that he ran out of ideas. One of NBA YoungBoy’s admirers urged the 23-year-old to release a new tune in a screen-captured YouTube comment that has since gone viral. NBA YoungBoy responded by saying it wasn’t physically possible.

“Would you care if I said not till next year?” YoungBoy asked. “Quando dropping the tape with me and him but I ran out of rhymes help me??”

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