We’re just a couple of days from the arrival of Youngboy Never Broke Again’s up and coming collection Still Flexin Still Steppin, which has just observed the arrival of two hard-hitting road singles. It’s constantly forward for the Baton Rouge rapper, who has chosen to drop off another new banger that apparently comes from his new venture. “Terrible Bad” shows up total with some serious visuals, which finds the rapper and his company displaying enough warmth to ask a little state army to leave for good.
The clasp successfully reflects the track’s expected sense hazard, conveyed with conviction by an inexorably sure YoungBoy. His songs appear to be more tightly with each discharge, and “Awful Bad” discovers him directing the soul of a young Lil Weezy snapping over a Mannie Fresh skip. There’s something to be said about YoungBoy’s undeniable rhythm, which accentuates the hard idea of his dangers; state what you will about the man, yet it is uninformed to ruin his musicality. In light of current circumstances, Still Flexin Still Steppin is turning out to be a reviving portion of New Orleans gangsta rap, nostalgic in its commitment to the ricochet.
They want attention, then YoungBoy get you clapped at
Rollin off them pills, it’s gon go down, push yo hat back
My n***s know they let off, they better clap back
Up in Cali with two gats, I need three more, see where the straps at