Youngboy Never Broke Again is clearly not allowing anything to interfere with the roll out for his debut album, Until Death Call My Name. The project's been pushed back several times and we could only assume that it's due to his legal situation, but he's not allowing that from completely deter him from dropping the album. He's already dropped several songs off the project including his collaboration with Future on "Right Or Wrong." Today, the rapper comes through with another track off the project.
Youngboy Never Broke Again hones his inner-Lil Wayne on his new track, "Diamond Teeth Samurai." Youngboy delivers another heater for the streets on his latest single and interpolates Lil Wayne's timeless hook from "The Block Is Hot" on his record. The production is carried by a simple piano progression with booming 808 kicks bringing the energy to a high.
From what iTunes says, you could expect the album to drop on April 27th. Until Death Call My Name features "Diamond Teeth Samurai," "Right Or Wrong," "Outside Today" and "Solar Eclipsed."
In other news, the rapper's probation wasn't revoked, as the prosecutors wanted, however, he's currently restricted from using social media and has a six month ban from leaving Louisiana among other conditions so don't expect to see him perform for the next while.
Whole lotta killin', helter skelter like I'm Charles Manson
These n*ggas hatin', I keep that hammer, all these diamonds dancin'
Me and Meek Mill watchin' movies in Rick Ross' mansion
You disrespect, I up the tech and let you n*ggas have it