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NBA Youngboy Comes Of Age In "Worth It"

Devin Ch
April 29, 2018 11:38
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Worth It

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NBA YoungBoy pardons himself and keeps it moving.


Birdman has him pegged as the next all-time great and it's easy to see why. YoungBoy Never Broke Again makes deeply affecting music in the same vein as Kevin Gates. In this instance, YoungBoy has a particular bounce that his contemporaries thereby lack. Hang around long enough, and you'll understand that YoungBoy's struggles are all his own. His pain is measured in his sense of duty.

"Worth It" is telling of a man that isn't running away from responsibility. Instead of keeping his issues out of sight, YoungBoy indulges us completely. His skirmishes with the law have seen him hop in and out of the penal system. It's easy to connect the dots; His countenance hardly feels like a put-on when everything is put into perspective. Until Death Call My Name is out now. If anything, listen to "Worth It," it is by far the most emblematic song on the record.

Enjoy.

Quotable Lyrics:

It's the Father up in the sky, I be stressin' at night
Livin' life up in the wrong and I know it ain't right
Always said that love is poison, take control of my life
I'm immortal, I never die, I'll never let go my pride
I got them racks on me now, drive-bys, n**** I make the news
My past is haunting me now, run away, last thing for to do

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