NBA YoungBoy Hops On “Fast X” Single, “Won’t Back Down”

The rapper lent a verse to the song from the new Fast and Furious movie.

BYNoah Grant
NBA YoungBoy Hops On “Fast X” Single, “Won’t Back Down”blur mask

NBA YoungBoy has gained immense popularity in the music industry, thanks to his hit singles. Despite facing several obstacles, including legal issues, he has managed to build a solid reputation. The rapper often collaborates with other top-tier artists in the field. His recent collaborations with Nicki Minaj and Mariah The Scientist on his new singles “WTF” and “Rear View” are a testament to that. The tracks are part of his recently released album, Don’t Try This at Home.

Even though NBA YoungBoy is known for his prolific output of material, he has been under house arrest since 2021. Despite his legal challenges, the rapper is leading a relatively peaceful life in Utah, where he has set up a home recording studio. He is fighting to regain his freedom after facing federal gun charges a few years ago. Unfortunately, the rapper is unable to make public appearances due to his house arrest. However, his excessive time at home has meant that he has released an insane amount of music.

YoungBoy Keeps On Banging Out Hits

Now, NBA Youngboy has dropped yet another new single. Or rather, he is featured on a new single. The rapper hopped on the new promotional single from Fast X, the 10th film in the Fast and Furious franchise. In typical promotional soundtrack single style, the song is about facing your fears head-on and overcoming obstacles. For the most part, it does sound somewhat generic. However, there is a certain catchiness to it. The context of the film will no doubt lend some weight to it, as well.

NBA Youngboy's verse on the song is very much in line with the theme of the film. As everyone knows by the copious Vin Diesel memes, Fast and Furious films are all about family. Also fast cars and explosions, but that is beside the point. In his verse, YoungBoy talks about the importance of his family. "For my family, you could random me," he raps. It's a strong sentiment, but it goes to show that his priorities in life are straight. What do you think of the new track? Sound off in the comments!

Quotable Lyrics:

I admit I sound fallen
But for my family, I rise up
Plan on completing every mission
All before my time up

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