Best NBA Youngboy Songs


NBA Youngboy songs have hit the heart of many people. NBA YoungBoy has been making music since he was a teen. Even though he is only 23 years old, he is now one of the best rappers of his generation. YoungBoy Never Broke Again is a rapper, singer, and songwriter from the United States. Despite the fact that not all of his music sells well, he has a large group of loyal fans who buy everything he releases. 

Furthermore, his discography already has a number of gold and platinum hits, and there's no doubt that he will have many more in the future. At the end of his career, he will have put out more songs than a lot of other artists. With so many NBA Youngboy songs to pick from, we decided to limit it to some of his best. Read on to learn about our picks for the best NBA YoungBoy songs of all time.

NBA Youngboy's Dirty Iyanna 

"Dirty Iyanna" is a unique diss song that is based on NBA YoungBoy's relationship with Floyd Mayweather's daughter, Iyanna Mayweather. Even though diss tracks are common in rap music, they are usually about other artists. The song was heavily influenced by Michael Jackson's hit song "Dirty Diana." In spite of the fact that it's not YoungBoy's usual style, it's an interesting example of his creativity and diversity.

Valuable Pain by NBA Youngboy

NBA Youngboy has listed this song as one of his best songs. Valuable Pain, which has been watched over 217 million times, is one example of why fans embrace his music. "Valuable Pain" discusses the difficulties NBA Youngboy encountered in keeping a relationship with a woman he loved. These difficulties stemmed from a variety of factors, including the woman's infidelity.

More attractively, this song has some of the most moving lyrics, and it touched many people's emotions. In this music video, we also see his son, Draco. This shows again how much he cares about his family.

Here is a notable part of his lyrics: 

"Told you that I'd do anything for you

I just don't know what they want

And I wasn't frontin' when I told you I love you

Girl, you the only one that I want"

NBA Youngboy - Through the Storm

In this NBA Youngboy song, he is not talking about clouds when he says that different kinds of storms can happen at night. NBA Youngboy talks about some of his early experiences, like when he got into trouble that he could have avoided. For example, think about how he got rich. In this case, when he talks about "storms," he means exactly what he has experienced in life.

Also, here are some lyrics from this NBA Youngboy song. However, you should check out this and lets us know what it means to you in the comment section.

"Late at night, I used to sneak out my grandfather window

And I was coolin' on a flight, and I was hittin' them licks though

Wasn't for him I wouldn't be shit, so I ain't gotta trip though

Ten thousand dollars, that ain't shit, I gave him that times three though"

Kacey Talk by NBA Youngboy

One thing that NBA YoungBoy's fans seem to like about him, is his ability to be vulnerable in his music. "Kacey Talk," which is a guitar-driven song named after one of his children, is an excellent illustration of this. "Kacey Talk" serves as a dedication to YoungBoy Never Broke Again's one-year-old kid, Kacey Alexander Gaulden. Even though the song has some soft parts, it also has parts that are strong.

Hot Now

Sometimes artists need to remind people of who they are, and "Hot Now" was one of NBA YoungBoy's opportunities to do so. Although the song is brief, NBA YoungBoy makes the most of every second. He raps in the song, "Baby lady, I need that fan because I'm hot now (I need that fan)/Broke a** n***as with that playin', they get shot down (That playin')/Plenty of money, b***h, come on my land, see what I got now."

Lonely Child

"Lonely Child" is another song that shows how open he is in his songs. Even though the song has a beautiful pace, it has a pretty sad mood. He raps about losing loved ones, being a father, and having broken relationships. Even though NBA YoungBoy doesn't always have the best reputation in the music business, songs like these show that he's just like the rest of us.

Subsequently, NBA YoungBoy''s emotional bars on "Lonely Child" speak to how celebrity has not only elevated him to a pedestal but also isolated him there, stripping him of his human status and separating him from his loved ones whom he's lost along the way.

"The way I came in the game

The image that I had put out

They wouldn't expect me to have feelings

Know it probably don't seem like it

That's why they talk about me like I ain't human, but we all is"


If there's one thing NBA YoungBoy has made very obvious in his music, it's that no one can touch him. Having said that, the song "Untouchable" is really on-brand. In this song, it's interesting that YoungBoy doesn't brag too much. Instead, he raps about how he got into the business and how thankful he is for all he has done.

All In

Many people in the industry have said that once they've reached a certain level of success, it's hard to trust the people around them. This is something NBA YoungBoy frequently discusses in his songs. "If I say how I feel, would you really listen? If you was all mine, I'd be all in" In the chorus, YoungBoy delves into his innermost thoughts and reflects on his legacy, while laying out a path to a correct future.

Outside Today

Most of the time, an artist's most famous music isn't always their best, but "Outside Today" really showed what NBA YoungBoy could do. The song is raw and honest, with a catchy chorus, which we all know is a recipe for success in the music industry.

NBA Youngboy- 38 Baby

Lastly, we are ending this list with NBA Yougboy's most notable song. "38 Baby" was one of Youngboy's first major hits, amassing the most listens of any of the 14 songs on his 2016 album of the same name.

Moreover, it was published when he was just 16 years old, but it shows how emotionally mature the rapper was at such a young age. Youngboy's words were raw and unabashed even as a teen. "38 Baby" exemplified this, with lyrics referencing the street he grew up on and a disclosure that he never goes anywhere without a revolver on him.



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