YBN Nahmir drops new ‘Visionland’ project
“Grab your tickets.”
YBN Nahmir is officially back, and he has just gifted fans with a star-studded new project Visionland. The new body of work contains a total of 20 songs and boasts features from names like E-40, Too $hort, FatBoy SSE, Offset, and more. Preceding the album was his single “Opp Stoppa,” which later on got a remix from 21 Savage where they matched each other’s up-tempo energy:
Toss your baby mama in the air like she a salad. Ratchet bitch suck me while I’m drivin’, she from Dallas. Lil’ mama got some buns on her, I call her Patty./ My model bitch be smokin’ all the woods, she from Cali. In my Tesla Roadster. My pistol out the holster.
I’m double cuppin’ syrup, bitch, I don’t need no coaster. Opps want promotion. We put ‘em on a poster./ I gunned him down in his own hood ‘cause he local. My watch ten bricks. Rolling Loud Miami, I pulled up with ten sticks. Bitch, smell my fragrance, you can’t tell me I ain’t rich. Big 4L, I ain’t shakin’ no hand with no snitch.
Before this, we saw a good amount of singles from Nahmir in 2020. These included cuts like “Wake Up,” “Pop Like This” featuring Yo Gotti, “I Remember,” and “Talkin.” He also had a guest verse on projects like Blueface’s Find The Beat on the closing track “2 Diccs,” and UnoTheActivist and Travis Barker’s collab project Might Not Make It on the track “Doeburger.”
Nahmir made sure to let fans know how he felt ahead of the release. “I know y’all been waiting for this forever because I have, too,” he writes with gratitude. “Shit feel great to finally give y’all what y’all want! Thank you all for this journey. Most of y’all watched me grow into who I am today. Even if you new, I couldn’t of did this shit without you. On that note, y’all turn me the fuck up!
Be sure to press play on YBN Nahmir’s new Visionland project down below.
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