Yella Beezy has just released the new video for his song “Bad Azz Yella Boy.”

Back in August, there was a 16-track EP entitled Bad Azz Yella Boy released by Yella Beezy for his fans. This EP contained additional features from Icewear Vezzo and Mozz on “Out Da Jar” and “Problems,” in that order. In recent days, the Dallas artist Yella Beezy has released the official music video for the title track from the project. Shot by 6k Jefe, the Cash Money and No Limit-inspired video sees Beezy surrounded by flames and cars as he delivers his signature Southern flow over some of the most recognizable tracks of today:

‘I’m My Brother’s Keeper’ was Beezy’s last album, which he produced with Trapboy Freddy in 2020. LaChyna and Jose Bodega are among the artists who contributed to the 12-track project. On top of that, 2019 was also home to the album Baccend Beezy, which saw the addition of big names such as Young Thug, Too $hort, Chris Brown, and K. Michelle.

An interview with the “That’s On Me” rapper Yella Beezy has given insight into why he wanted to create the project in a manner influenced by the no limit and cash money eras of hip-hop. “Bad Azz Yella Boy has always been one of my favorite remixes for some reason because you know my name,” he explained. “The world needs to know about the greatness of U.N.L.V., RIP for the memorable last days Yella Boy. I just think that makes a lot of sense. At the time I recorded that song, we were looking forward to releasing the album as soon as possible. They said, first let’s heat up the streets. The next thing we need to do is make a mixtape.’ As of now, I’ve been working hard for three years. However, I think I’ve been working harder for even longer. As a result, it wasn’t too difficult for me to gather some stuff and put it together on one CD.”


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