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NBA YoungBoy receives a YouTube plaque for hitting 10 million subscribers

NBA YoungBoy receives a YouTube plaque for hitting 10 million subscribers

NBA Youngboy has been ruling YouTube charts since 2018


Louisiana rapper Youngboy Never Broke Again’s (NBA YoungBoy) life outside music might be complicated, but when it comes to his rapping craft, he has been excelling in numbers. The platinum-selling artist is the latest rapper to clock 10 million subscribers on YouTube.

Photos of the rapper flexing his plaques have surfaced.

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YoungBoy, 22, has been topping YouTube charts since 2018 thanks to his consistent video uploads. According to an estimation by Kworb.net, Youngboy currently has 8.5 billion total views on the platform.

At the time of this article’s publication, some of Youngboy’s most viewed videos on YouTube include “Genie” – 336M, “Untouchable” – 233M, “No Smoke” – 213M, “Outside Today” – 209M, and “Valuable Pain” – 206M. He also has 19 total videos with 100M views and above.

YoungBoy released his second studio album, Sincerely, Kentrell, in September 2021 while he was in jail, and it became his fourth No. 1 album on Billboard 200 with 137k album-equivalent units sold in the first week. He also became the third artist in history to have a No. 1 album while behind bars joining Lil Wayne and Tupac.

His other projects to top Billboard 200 are his 2020 album Top, and commercial mixtapes 38 Baby also released in 2020, and 2019’s AI Youngboy 2.

Youngboy is currently serving house arrest at his mansion in Utah. He released his collab mixtape with Birdman, From the Bayou, in December and has continued to steadily drop new music.