NBA YoungBoy has reportedly signed a new deal with Motown.
The rapper finished his contract with Atlantic Records in August this year where he released four official studio albums and many mixtapes, earning multiple number 1s on the Billboard 200 chart. His latest album released this Friday, Ma’ I Got A Family (Gangsta Grillz), was also through Atlantic. Whether NBA still has a project to deliver on Atlantic Records is not confirmed.
YoungBoy will begin releasing music on the Universal Music Group-owned Motown in 2023, reports Billboard. The rapper already has an established relationship with Motown as he did a deal with with his Never Broke Again collective in September last year. Since then, they have released two compilations — Never Broke Again: The Compilation Volume 1 (2021) and Green Flag Activity (2022).
On Oct. 28, NBA and the crew will also release their third project, Nightmare on 38th Street.