Yung Bleu releases debut studio album ‘Moon Boy’

Watch his new video for “Ghetto Love Birds” featuring A Boogie wit da Hoodie.

Yung Bleu has unveiled his debut studio album, Moon Boy.

The Alabama native joined forces with Gunna, Big Sean, Kehlani and several others for the project, including Drake, who guested on his breakout hit, “You’re Mines Still.”

Along with Moon Boy, Bleu also dropped off his new video for the album’s A Boogie wit da Hoodie-assisted cut, “Ghetto Love Birds.” In the scenic, Bonnie and Clyde-esque visual, the rapper and his girlfriend escape police and flee to the beach.

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“That’s why I trust her / My ghetto love bird,” he croons in Auto-tune. “Bad lil’ bitch, she from the projects, ain’t it / Bad attitude, I’m makin’ progress, ain’t it / She know I got bands, get a lotta that, baby.”

On Instagram, Bleu shouted out Yo Gotti for giving him a confidence boost before Moon Boy’s arrival.

“That n***a Yo Gotti leaned over and said these exact words, “Yung n***a I love your vision, I love the way you hustle back against the wall. You don’t wait on nobody you attack shit.’ That shit was motivation from a real hustler that let me no I’m doing sum right,” he wrote.

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Watch the “Ghetto Love Birds” video below:

And stream Moon Boy here:

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