Motown Records renews contract with YoungBoy Never Broke Again
Hip-hop artist Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, aka YoungBoy Never Broke Again, hails from the United States. As a result of his six self-released mixtapes between 2015 and 2017, he gradually gained a devoted fan base.
The American hip-hop ensemble YoungBoy Never Broke Again is located in Motown and has released two compilation albums.
Nightmare on 38th Street is the third and it comes out on October 28.
In a limited-edition Gangsta Grillz single titled “Ma’ I Got A Family,” YoungBoy and DJ Drama cooperated last week.
Both Yeat and Nicki Minaj are included in the latest release.
Signed to Atlantic Records since he was just a teenager, the 23-year-old has already released four critically acclaimed albums. Last year, he formed a partnership between Motown Records and his Never Broke Again organization to aid new musicians.
Considering his amazing productivity pace, YoungBoy said he owed it to his artists to take his time finding the right business partner.
NBA YoungBoy has joked online about the number of albums he plans to drop in 2018. This month he launched his sixth album of the year, a collaboration with DJ Drama titled “Ma I Got a Family,” He joked online that he would continue to put out albums till the end of 2022.