YoungBoy Never Broke Again is dropping a new project this March.
Yesterday, YoungBoy Never Broke Again dropped off a melancholic, yet surprisingly sensitive single "Love Is Poison." Now, the Baton Rouge rapper is officially set to make his mark on 2018, announcing the release date and title of his upcoming debut studio album, Until Death Call My Name. While the rapper previously made waves on the mixtape circuit as NBA YoungBoy (a title which many of his fans still hold), the young rapper is ready to take the next step in his career. After all, every great rapper needs an equally great album under their belt, and a solid debut can definitely work wonders for any up-and-comer.
While YoungBoy's moniker promotes an optimistic message of fiscal success, his album title is decidedly less cheerful. When asked about the title's foreboding implication, YoungBoy responded with an introspective and hopeful take. "I just want to strive to be the best man I can be,” he said. “I want to spend as much time with my children and family as I can. I want to keep working on all of this music every day. I just want to go as hard as I can until death calls my name.”
The album is set to drop on March 2nd, and is currently available for pre-order. Should you do that, you'll receive free downloads of two NBA tracks, "Solar Eclipse" and "Outside Today." Check out YoungBoy's IG announcement below, and remember, that's not the official album cover. However, the artwork for single "Love Is Poison" certainly looks like it might be official artwork, although that's unconfirmed.