YoungBoy Never Broke Again has been fairly productive since his release from prison. Last week, the Baton Rouge star teamed up with Cash Money head honcho Birdman for the joint effort From The Bayou, a 13-song body of work with no additional features. In addition to the project release, the duo have also unveiled a visual for the opening track “100 Rounds,” a 808iden, Yakree, Timmy Da HitMan, and TnTXD-produced effort that sees both artists delivering the hard-hitting bars that they are both well-known for:
“My momma put it in my head, I can’t get stalked, my nigga drill it in my head, I can’t die broke, I stood outside the door, right there when Terrell stuck up the store, I’m in that North, they know, where them youngins totin’ poles ,I’m tryna make sure they strong, size me up, guarantee times get hard, nigga, so we risin’ up, uptown fly nigga, my diamonds up, and we piped it up, it ain’t no slidin’, when we walk behind, we right in there, pass the torch to my lil’ niggas, we high as fuck…”
Courtesy of FlyGuyNick, the accompanying visual for “100 Rounds” sees Birdman and YoungBoy delivering their verses from two separate areas — none of which is a surprise given the latter’s current legal issues. Throughout the clip, Birdman can be seen riding around a city while iced outs while an equally decorated YoungBoy performs his bars from his residence.
Back in September, YoungBoy released his third studio LP Sincerely, Kentrell, which originally saw 21 solo cuts for fans to enjoy — subsequently, two additional tracks, “Footstep” and “Still Waiting,” have been added to the overall effort. Sincerely, Kentrell also earned YoungBoy his latest number one on the Billboard 200 thanks you 137,000 first-week album equivalent units sold.
Press play on Birdman and YoungBoy’s new video below.
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