NBA YoungBoy remains present for his artists
Louisiana rapper NBA YoungBoy has been having a rough time as he continues to battle his legal problems but that isn't stopping him from making moves with his Never Broke Again record label. On Wednesday (November 10), YoungBoy FaceTimed his crew to watch his artists' performing rehearsals for an upcoming Never Broke Again showcase event.
A video surfaced online showing the “On My Side” rapper virtually watching one of his signees, Quando Rondo performing on stage. The date of the event hasn't been revealed.
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In September, while YoungBoy was still behind bars, his Never Broke Again label signed a distribution deal with Motown records but the 22-year-old rapper remains signed under Atlantic as a solo artist. A compilation album, Never Broke Again Vol. 1 was supposed to drop in October as the first release via Motown but it didn't materialize. The new release date for the project is yet to be announced.
Youngboy, real name Kentrell Gaulden, is currently on house arrest in Utah after he was granted a $1.5 million bond in his Louisiana gun charges. He also faces another gun case in California from the March arrest in Los Angeles.