YoungBoy Never Broke Again has been consistent with his releases as of late, dropping dope visuals for new singles seemingly at will. Following a slew of visuals for “Sticks With Me,” “Death Enclaimed,” and “Step On S***” comes another clip for “ALL IN,” which sees production from 12Hunna and BJ Beatz. As with many other releases, YoungBoy uses the music to pour his heart out about his life and struggles, something that many of his fans can relate to:
“Came up outta that dirt pile, now I’m ballin’, and I don’t need no church when I’m heaven-sent/
Hope God put loyalty in all my friends’, cause Lord knows I got they back to the end/
Right now I’m recordin’ with the mic’ sittin’ in my hand I wish, three was on my left, where my styrofoam is/
Got up out of Cypress, went to the Woodlands, got a safe room in my crib, ain’t no tellin’ when I’ma have to use it, we all know how I live/”
The track comes with an accompanying video that shows YoungBoy and his folks at his house and at different locations around the city they reside in. The clip is directed by Rich Porter and keeps with the pattern of filming YoungBoy in his natural element, without the use of smoke and mirrors.
YoungBoy recently delivered his latest project 38 Baby 2, which saw 17 new tracks and a couple of features from Sherhonda Gaulden and DaBaby. The project also earned YoungBoy a number one spot on the Billboard 200 with 67,000 album equivalent units sold. Just a couple of months prior, he dropped his number two project Still Flexin, Still Steppin, which sold 110,000 album equivalent units its first week.
Press play on “ALL IN” below. Given his work ethic, fans can probably expect even more from YoungBoy Never Broke Again sooner than later.