YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s Debut Album Pushed Back to April

It was supposed to be a big week for YoungBoy Never Broke Again. Back in January, the 18-year-old Baton Rouge rapper announced his debut album, Until Death Call My Name, would officially drop on March 2. The day came and went, with no project in sight, which left fans wondering: What the hell happened?

As pointed out by XXL magazine, the highly anticipated album has been pushed back to April 27, as shown on the iTunes pre-order link.

There’s no word on why exactly the project was delayed; however, it’s safe to assume that it has something to do with YoungBoy’s mounting legal troubles.

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41 thoughts on “YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s Debut Album Pushed Back to April

  1. Can we please stop with these stupid ass rap names? Youngboy is bad enough but Young Boy Never Broke Again sounds like it was made by someone who dropped out in 2nd grade. Not to mention we also have rappers named Lil Baby and Grown Boi Trap. Lil Windex is a way better name than all those

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