While YoungBoy Never Broke Again gears up for the release Until Death Call My Name, the rapper shares a video for his latest song, "Through the Storm."
Directed by Rob Manolo, the "Through the Storm" visuals find YoungBoy living his best life at home following his recent legal drama. The Louisiana rapper flexes his money and spends time with his son in the video while rapping about being back on his grind.
"Turned up like we want it, we pulled up on that dumb shit/Flexin' on these niggas, pockets full blue hundreds/Ain't no goin' back, you know I'm gon' keep it comin'," YoungBoy spits during the hook.
"Through the Storm" was originally announced as one the songs to be included on the Birdman and YoungBoy joint project, From the Bayou. The nine-track project, which features collaborations between the two, was supposed to release on March 22 but has yet to drop.
Fans also continue to wait for YoungBoy's solo album, Until Death Call My Name, which is now set for an April 27 release. Like From the Bayou, the album also had a March release but missed it's date following the rapper's legal issues.
The "Through the Storm" visuals arrive just a few days after YoungBoy dropped a video for "Diamond Teeth Samurai." The song interpolates the Hot Boys' 1999 classic, "The Block Is Hot."
Check out the "Through the Storm" video below.