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NBA YoungBoy Demands $100M After Turning Down Atlantic Records $25M Deal



NBA YoungBoy Sets His Signing Price To $100 Million 

NBA YoungBoy Sets His Signing Price To $100 Million

The price just went up, Labels looking to sign NBA YoungBoy should be ready to break the bank as the Baton Rouge rapper has upped the numbers.

YoungBoy recently shared a picture of himself with one of his shawties hand covering his face. In the caption, he simply wrote: “Mood: I need a 100m’s”

This is coming a week after NBA YoungBoy reportedly turned down $25 million, refusing to resign with Atlantic Records. So basically, he’s set the price to $100 million for contract renewal or any label interested in signing him.

Prior, YoungBoy can be heard in a leaked recording saying Atlantic Records is finding a way to sue him.

“Atlantic try to make it seem like I’m talking about them so they could try to sue me when once the time,” he said while laughing. “Hear me man telling em people ‘s*ck my d*ck and leave me alone ***** ain’t nobody talking about y’all hates how ***** and I hate y’all more than I hate me leave me alone.”

In late 2017, Gaulden was signed to Atlantic Records. In January 2018, he released the single “Outside Today”, which peaked at number 31 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song became the lead single for his debut studio album Until Death Call My Name (2018) which peaked at number 7 on the US Billboard 200.

In October 2019, Gaulden released the single “Bandit” (with Juice WRLD), which became his first top-ten single. A week later, he released AI YoungBoy 2 (2019), which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200.

In April 2020, he released 38 Baby 2, becoming his second chart-topping project on the Billboard 200. Later that year, Gaulden released his second studio album Top (2020), which followed suit as his third chart-topping project in less than a year.

In September 2021, Sincerely, Kentrell (2021) was released from prison, topping the charts again, making him the third artist besides 2Pac and Lil Wayne to have a chart-topping album while incarcerated.

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