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NBA Youngboy has reportedly turned down a $25 million contract extension, with Atlantic Records
NBA Youngboy turns down $25 million deal from Atlantic Records

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NBA Youngboy has reportedly turned down a $25 million contract extension, with Atlantic Records

NBA Youngboy turns down $25 million deal from Atlantic Records

NBA Youngboy continues to be one of the most-streamed rappers in the industry. He has dominated on YouTube over the past five years, as he’s the most streamed artist there. Youngboy also had a number one album last fall, with his “Sincerely, Kentrell” album. He’s had multiple other number one projects since 2020, as well.

Youngboy is also signed to one of the biggest record labels in the industry, Atlantic Records. He’s been with them since 2017, but is apparently deciding not to remain with them. According to DJ Akademiks, Youngboy wasn’t feeling any of their offers. With the way Youngboy charts and brings streams, he will likely not have any issues landing with another major label, or simply staying independent.

“NBA YoungBoy is leaving. He will not be resigning. He didn’t like their offers. I can tell you they offered him like $25 million, and he turned it down.”

Youngboy’s last album was a joint project with DaBaby, “Better Than You.” He is also set to put out his “The Last Slimento” album, in August. Many tracks on this album have already been released, such as “Mr. Grim Reaper” and “Don’t Rate Me,” featuring Quavo.

NBA Youngboy turns down $25 million deal from Atlantic Records

27, from Atlanta, 2017 University of Nevada-Las Vegas alum, die-hard Atlanta sports fan, and loves Hip-Hop and R&B. Twitter- @YuriyATL. Instagram- @YuriyAndriyashchuk.

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