NBA Youngboy Reportedly Makes Almost $17 million Per Year, Just From YouTube Content
NBA Youngboy Very rich: Makes almost $17 million on YouTube. NBA Youngboy remains one of the greatest rappers in the last five years. With the videos it posts, it continues to impress, especially on YouTube. This seems to be where most of the money flows.
According to DJ Akademiks, Youngboy amassses 292 million views a month on YouTube. YouTube then pays its tag $1.4 million a month. Youngboy makes $16.8 million a year from YouTube revenue alone.
These impressive numbers also came after Youngboy released “I Hate Youngboy,” one of the biggest popular singles and videos this week. There, baton rouge rappers Lil Durk and Gucci Mane dissed stars.
Last Friday, Youngboy also released a new single, “Neighborhood Superstar“, with DaBaby. The album will appear on their collab album ” Better Than You” on March 4. Youngboy and DaBaby last month. They released their hit single together.
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YoungBoy Never Broke Again Shares New Song “Opposite”
Less than a month after the release of Mixtape Colors, YoungBoy Never Broke Again delighted fans by releasing a handful of songs back to its official YouTube channel.
Sharing “Mr. Grim Reaper,” “Free Mechy,” “I’ll Tell You What I Say” and “SuperBowl,” YoungBoy returned with his latest effort, “Opposite.” The YouTube description of the new song mocks the release of the sequel to the 2018 mixtape Realer. “Ha ha …… Tomorrow’s the real 2 ??? should I quit?”” he wrote.
The potential release comes just a month after YoungBoy producer Jason “Cheese” Goldberg took to Instagram to announce that the Baton Rouge rapper would take a long-deserved break before returning with the next long offer.
Young Boy Never Broke Again Has Released a Lot of Songs These Days
Since the beginning of 2020, the 22-year-old has released two official albums (Top and Sincerely, Kentrell), four commercial mixtapes (Still Flexin, Still Steppin, 38 Baby 2, Until I Return and Colors), two collaborative projects (Nobody Safe with Rich the Kid and From the Bayou with Birdman) and two compilation albums (Ain’t Too Long 2 and Never Broke Again: Compilation Volume 1). he posted it.
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