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Yung Bleu gets a Lil Wayne beat placement just a week into music production

Yung Bleu says he’s now charging $50,000 for a beat


Alabama rapper Yung Bleu had his breakthrough in 2021 and he’s already expanding his musical venture by tapping into beat production. He took to Instagram on Monday (Dec. 27), to share with his fans that Lil Wayne hopped on one of his beats. As a result of Tunechi’s placement, the melodic rapper who formerly went by Yung Bleu, says he’s now charging $50,000 for a beat.

“TO ALL YALL N-GGAS WHO WAS TALKIN SHIITTT !” he wrote in the caption. “LIL WAYNE PLACEMENT !!!! I want 50. should got it’s when it was cheap yesterday price not Today price what ya say @fatjoe @moonboyhitz,” the Moon Boy artist wrote while calling out for Fat Joe.

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Bleu also shared the news on Twitter while revealing that Kodak Black copped one of his beats as well despite joining the production game just a week ago. “Man Lil Wayne, the goat 🐐 just hopped on my FUCKING beat it’s overrr ! Yesterday’s price is not today price I been making beats for a week. ! Kodak now WAYNE 😳😳😳 PRODUCED BY : Moon Boy 🌙,” he tweeted.



In November, Bleu announced that he’s working on a collab with Lil Wayne. He shared a conversation he had with the New Orleans legend about their record. “I might go more than 16 bars on the intro trak that’s kool?” Wayne’s message read.

“When Wayne say this it’s Wayne song now,” Bleu added on the post.