While his biggest hit, "Rubbin Off The Paint," has made waves over the internet and onto the Billboard's, YBN Nahmir isn't slowing down by any means. The Birmingham rapper has dropped off a slew of new music and videos and today, he blesses us with his latest single, "Letter To Valley Pt. 5."
YBN Nahmir's been open about his Bay Area influence in his music and his latest work is another testament to that. Nahmir tackles some west coast production on his latest track while he addresses some of the issues he's been facing since reaching this new level of fame. He also mentions the issues he's been facing with the label that bought the "Rubbin" beat and tried to force him to sign to them over it. It's one of his most heartfelt pieces from him so far. The rapper also opens up about the death of his friend throughout the song. It's a change of pace from what the majority of people know from him but it's a better look into his versatile artistry.
It's so crazy how these niggas is
Like I'm 50, I been watchin out for many men
It's niggas trying to kill me 'cause they see me up
Pay it from my own city, keep that shit a buck