NBA YoungBoy's New Album 'Don't Try This at Home' Is Finally Out

The new project boasts 33 songs in total with guest appearances from several artists, including Nicki Minaj who lends her vocal on the previously-released single, 'WTF'.

AceShowbiz - The wait is over for NBA YoungBoy a.k.a. YoungBoy Never Broke Again fans. The "Right Foot Creep" rapper finally released his new album "Don't Try This at Home" on Friday, April 21, around one month after announcing the project.

The new project boasts 33 songs in total with guest appearances from several artists. Among them are Nicki Minaj, who lends her vocal on the previously-released single "WTF", Post Malone and The Kid Laroi on "What You Say" as well as Mariah the Scientist on "Rear View".

YoungBoy first announced the album in late March by sharing its cover art. The snap, which was posted on Instagram, showed the F.G. Clark Activity Center in his hometown of Baton Rouge. The album title, meanwhile, was written on the roof of the stadium.

"Don't Try This at Home" marks YoungBoy's second project of 2023. Prior to this, he unleashed "I Rest My Case" in January. The record arrived just two weeks after "Lost Files" and marked his first project this year.

In February, the rap star shared with Billboard that he has more than 1,000 unreleased songs. Explaining that he loves to freestyle while staying up all night playing with his Xbox, he said of his compulsion to make music, "It's a disease. Literally, I cannot help myself."

"I tell myself sometimes, 'I'm not going to drop until months from now,' but it's addictive," the hip-hop artist continued. "The music is therapy, but I can't stop it when I want. And the lifestyle is just a big distraction from your real purpose."

Of his nocturnal tendencies, the rhymer elaborated, "Nighttime, when everybody's asleep - it's the most peaceful time ever inside of life to me." He continued, "Nighttime, when it's dark and nothing's moving but the wildlife and the crooks."

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