NBA YoungBoy ‘s consistent performance has made him the most popular rapper on YouTube by some metrics.
In January, DaBaby made fun of an unnamed record featuring YoungBoy.
“Glizzy, glizzy, show ’em what that Draco do (Blatt! Blatt!),” he spits. “Pass that drank from Syracuse (Ha! Ha!)/Millions, millions, Bentley, Bentley, Lamb’ truck too.” When Carti fans heard the single on Wednesday (March 3), they immediately called YoungBoy a serious “fan” of the Die Lit rapper.
Backed by “Bestie/Hit”, the album was the first joint album for DaBaby and the second joint album for YoungBoy after the joint project of From The Bayou with Birdman, co-founder of Cash Money Records.
Lil Durk and 1017 leader Gucci Mane face problems as YoungBoy and DaBaby take a victory lap in their much-anticipated collaboration.
Gucci reminded him of his greeting on YoungBoy’s “Make No Sense” and gave him a parry.
“He tryna pull a publicity stunt/These rappers be pussy, they bleed once a month/Don’t speak on my name, don’t get put in a blunt/You can diss all you want, still won’t get a response ,” Gucci opened the song.
NBA Youngboy Reportedly Makes Almost $17 million Per Year, Just From YouTube Content
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.