NBA Youngboy drops cover art for new album and it features Southern’s Mini Dome
BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - North Baton Rouge native and chart-topping rapper, NBA Youngboy, just announced the release date for his sixth full-length studio album titled, Don’t Try This At Home.
Youngboy, whose real name is Kentrell Gaulden, announced on his personal Twitter page the latest project boasts a total of 33 tracks and comes out on Friday, April 21, 2023.
For some fans, the album art seemingly depicts an unknown location. But for those who got a first-hand look at Youngboy’s rise to fame in his hometown of Baton Rouge, you know exactly where it is: on the campus of Southern University and A&M College, an HBCU.
The F.G. Clark Activity Center, also known as the Mini Dome, is home to many of the university’s events, including basketball games, community events, and most recently, the 4th Annual Boosie Bash.
Two singles from the album are already available to stream, Next and Demon Time.
This project’s release comes on the heels of Youngboy’s fifth studio album, which dropped January 2023 under Motown Records.
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