YoungBoy Never Broke Again opens up on “All in”

The Baton Rouge rapper shows his vulnerable side on the new track.

YoungBoy Never Broke Again shows his vulnerable side on his new song, “All in.”

On the track produced by 12Hunna and BJ Beatz, the Baton Rouge rapper reflects about how his fame and wealth have left him feeling paranoid about his relationships. “Got up out of Cypress, went to the Woodlands, got a safe room in my crib / Ain’t no tellin’ when I’mma have to use it, we all know how I live / Keepin’ my gun everywhere I go, we all know I’m still here / Question my girl, but love her strong, we all know how that is,” he spits.

YoungBoy also opens up about his father’s incarceration and his own drug use: “Prayin’ for my daddy to come home, pray he get an appeal / Hope he come take me away, keep me from off of these pills / And come get me from off of this drank before my kidney fails.” The song’s accompanying video captures YoungBoy walking through his neighborhood as some of his older tweets flash on the screen.

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Last month, YoungBoy released two new songs: “Death Enclaimed” and the Lil Baby-assisted “One Shot.” Earlier this year, he dropped the mixtape 38 Baby 2.

Watch the video for “All in” below:

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