NBA Youngboy is wasting no time this year, with his second album of 2023 already on the horizon. The Baton Rouge rapper has been teasing the release of his highly-anticipated project, “Don’t Try This At Home,” for the past few months. Now, he has finally announced that the album will be released on April 21st and has shared the official cover art on social media.
The album cover features an image of Baton Rouge’s F.G. Clark Activity Center, the home court of Southern University’s Jaguars, with the album’s title emblazoned on the roof. The artwork perfectly captures the gritty and raw energy that NBA Youngboy has become known for.
This upcoming release will follow his first project of the year, “I Rest My Case,” which he dropped in January, marking his official debut on Motown Records. In a recent interview with Rap Radar, NBA Youngboy revealed that the title of the new album reflects his unfiltered thoughts and emotions that will be poured out across his latest work. He teased that listeners should expect some wild and crazy content, stating, “I’mma show you Murda Man…but I’m letting you know, though: Don’t try this at home.”
With his ongoing feud with Lil Durk, it’s clear that NBA Youngboy is not holding back on his upcoming project. Fans can expect to hear the rapper at his most unapologetic and raw. As one of the most exciting and dynamic artists in the game right now, NBA Youngboy’s “Don’t Try This At Home” is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated releases of the year.
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Release Date: April 21, 2023 pic.twitter.com/AmA5qRpn38