NBA YoungBoy is back with a new single and music video, “Change”. Directed by Isaac Garcia, the official visual features a simple montage of the rapper performing around a mostly bare white-walled room.
YoungBoy’s fast pace of releasing new music has given way to a few song titles that sound a bit the same. While this new single is simply called “Change”, it already has the tracks “Changed” and/or “Change (4 Freedom)”.
“I sat in the jail all night, wishing I was holding you back,” he raps. “I’m trying to make money, bring me closer to you, I’m sorry.”
The new track comes as YoungBoy prepares for the release of his sprawling 30-track album, The Last Slimeto. Set to be released next month on August 5 via Atlantic Records and Never Broke Again, the project will land as YoungBoy’s fourth studio album and his last with Atlantic.
The rapper’s frequent collaborator Jason “Cheese” Goldberg will produce, and Migos rapper Quavo is reportedly making a guest appearance on one of the songs.
Watch the NBA YoungBoy’s Change clip above. The Last Slimeto was released for streaming on August 5.
In other music news, Nicki Minaj has announced the release date for a new single “Freaky Girl.”