NBA Youngboy has a large collection of songs, which is no secret.
He has four solo albums that have been available in the last three months, starting in August. In addition, on Friday morning, a joint venture with Quando Rondo will be made public.
However, YB appears to want to completely leave the rap game, even though fans can anticipate new music in the near future. This week, he made a number of appearances on social media during which he shared a picture of his hard drive and attached a price tag to it.
NBA Youngboy wrote, "You can have it for $100,000,000, and I won't rap on anything again."
Overall, it seems like NBA Youngboy is prioritizing other aspects of his life, including his family. Though touring was on his itinerary, it seems like he doesn’t have any desire to hit the road anytime soon.
“I did find time for myself,” YB said. “Every $15 million tour come my way getting turned down. I don’t want to do another show. I don’t want anything but a bigger house. It gave me time for myself. "My daughter knows who I am – I know who I am.”
The rapper’s manager, Alex Junnier, announced in June that they already had a few dates plotted out for the 30-city tour. Junnier also stated that Quando Rondo would be joining YB on the tour, including at their Chicago date.
“We got 30 cities. Yeah, Dallas is on there. Houston on there, not first though! You guys know what stop is first. Nah, Jacksonville is not on there. Yeah, Philly... Chicago is there. Atlanta is there. Rondo on the tour, yes. South Carolina's on there,” he said.
In August, NBA Youngboy emerged with the release of The Last Slimeto, following high anticipation. However, he continued to drop a slew of projects, including a Gangsta Grillz tape, in the past few months. He also released a new Never Broke Again compilation album in late October.
In 2023, NBA Youngboy will launch a new chapter of his career under Motown Records.