This Friday (September 11), YoungBoy Never Broke Again will unveil his sophomore studio album Top, a project that’s been preceded by a slew of dope cuts including the Snoop Dogg-assisted “Callin,” “Kacey Talk,” and “Murder Business.” Today, he adds to that with another single titled “Soul Stealer,” which is produced by Mook On The Beats and Badmarks and sees the artist rapping about violence against his enemies:

“Before the night, it’s gon’ go down, I end up shootin’ in this b***h, two clips together at your round, I let it loose in this b***h/

Keep plenty guns’, come from slums, like, f*** how ruthless it gets, tt’s straight redrum, I scream out dumb, ’cause I’m gon’ shoot once you pick…/”

From an official LP standpoint, Top follows YoungBoy’s big debut release Until Death Call My Name, which was released back in 2018 and landed the Louisiana star a top 10 entry on the Billboard 200 with 43,000 album equivalent units sold. Even with the time difference, YoungBoy has still kept his fans more than fed with 4Respect 4Freedom 4Loyalty 4WhatImportant, Master the Day of Judgement, Decided, Realer, Still Flexin, Still Steppin, AI YoungBoy 2, and 38 Baby 2 — the last two of which scored YoungBoy two number ones on the aforementioned chart during their respective first weeks of release with 110,000 and 67,000 album equivalent units.

In related news, the artwork for the forthcoming Top has been receiving some flack due to its similarity to Roddy Ricch’s debut Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial, and Ricch took to social media to quell any chance of a conflict in regards to the two projects:

“It’s only ONE roddy … And I been f***ed wit dude so don’t make it about him… I’m juss tired of all the comparing s***…”

Press play on “Soul Stealer” below.