14 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“I just tried to kill another n*gga the other day,” YoungBoy Never Broke Again sings on “Knocked Off.” It’s an especially bold statement for an artist whose time in the limelight has been sabotaged by intervals of jail time, house arrest, and probation, not to mention attempted murder charges. But the Baton Rouge MC is feeling empowered across Still Flexin, Still Steppin, a mixtape that arrives just four months after AI YoungBoy 2, the first No. 1 album of his career. Throughout Still Flexin there are continuous references to murder, drugs, diamonds, and women, YoungBoy living—in rhyme—the way only a 20-year-old rap superhero might. He lowers his weapons momentarily on “Red Eye” and “No Understand,” singing to prospective life partners, but even these softer-edged selections can have mixed messaging, YoungBoy reminding said partner on “Red Eye” what makes him: "Who you judging, I come up straight from the gutta/Real struggle, me and my brothers had no one but each other.”

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

“I just tried to kill another n*gga the other day,” YoungBoy Never Broke Again sings on “Knocked Off.” It’s an especially bold statement for an artist whose time in the limelight has been sabotaged by intervals of jail time, house arrest, and probation, not to mention attempted murder charges. But the Baton Rouge MC is feeling empowered across Still Flexin, Still Steppin, a mixtape that arrives just four months after AI YoungBoy 2, the first No. 1 album of his career. Throughout Still Flexin there are continuous references to murder, drugs, diamonds, and women, YoungBoy living—in rhyme—the way only a 20-year-old rap superhero might. He lowers his weapons momentarily on “Red Eye” and “No Understand,” singing to prospective life partners, but even these softer-edged selections can have mixed messaging, YoungBoy reminding said partner on “Red Eye” what makes him: "Who you judging, I come up straight from the gutta/Real struggle, me and my brothers had no one but each other.”

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
242 Ratings

242 Ratings

DenzelCurryTakesAnLEveryDay ,

Meh most of his music just doesn't sound good and all sounds the same

I only liked his album until death call my name everything else was meh. Rip Lil Phat though but the funny thing is that most of NBA's fanbase probably doesn't know/or care about who Lil Phat is.

😾😾👎 ,

👎

Why everyone thinks that he is a lyrical rapper but he’s not, he is a mumble rapper

Missing pices ,

Nothing like the last album

I was hoping it was 🔥like the last album but not impressed

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