Published: January 19, 2022

Last Updated: August 5, 2022

NBA YoungBoy Drops New Single “Know Like I Know”

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Ahead of the release of his new mixtape Colors, NBA YoungBoy drops a new promotional single “Know Like I Know.” On the record, YB sends several shots at his detractors as well as NLE Choppa, who recently had some words to say about the rapper.

“When we send your stupid ass to God / For makin’ statements, choosing’ sides / About my beef with them lil’ boys,” YB raps in the opening verse. He made a nod to NLE Choppa’s interview with Hot Freestyle where the Memphis rapper chimed in on YoungBoy’s song sending shots at King Von. “It’s certain things you don’t glorify if you wasn’t there and if you ain’t do something,” Choppa shared in the video which has over 300K views to date.

In the latter verse, YoungBoy continues, “N*gga better ask Blasian about me / How we catch ’em bad and take his shit.” Here, YB makes a reference to Instagram model and public figure Yung Blasian, which both rappers dated in the past. Prior to the song’s release, NLE Choppa got into a short-lived physical altercation at an airport on January 17 by a YoungBoy fan, which went viral on the Internet.

Colors is slated to drop on January 21 via Atlanta Records/Never Broke Again. The 15-track offering includes previously released songs “Fish Scale,” “Emo Rockstar,” “Emo Love,” “Foolish Figure,” and “Bring the Hook.” The latter of which finds NBA YoungBoy dissing Chicago’s infamous neighborhood O Block as well as late rapper King Von. This forthcoming project vividly sees the Baton Rouge rap star returning to his roots and fans are all for it. Listen to “Know Like I Know” below.

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