NBA Youngboy’s New Album “Sincerely, Kentrell”


Album cover of Sincerely, Kentrell.

Patricia Jones, Editor

If you’ve been waiting to hear new music from rapper Youngboy Never Broke Again (NBA Youngboy), the wait is over. On September 24th the rapper dropped his album “Sincerely, Kentrell”. Fans were extremely happy with this album. The last time the rapper dropped an album was almost 11 months ago due to being incarcerated. According to Fox live, Youngboy was taken into FBI custody, stating, “No charges are listed for Gaulden but a representative with the St. Martin Sheriff’s Office said he’s being kept in their custody on a hold for the US Marshals Service. He was taken into FBI custody Monday, March 22, 2021, according to several news outlets. Police attempted to stop a vehicle the rapper was in. He reportedly had an outstanding federal warrant. After a short pursuit, Gaulden attempted to flee on foot. Police reportedly used a K-9 unit to track him down. He was arrested and taken into custody around 1 p.m.” Someone made a petition to get Joe Biden to free NBA Youngboy, titling it “Joe Biden needs to free Youngboy”, and it has nearly 130K signatures from fans. Prior, the government said any petition that has over 100k signatures will get a response from the White House. According to, at 150,000 signatures, the petition becomes one of the top signed on Youngboy fans are a different breed!

When the album first dropped it consisted of 21 songs, then Youngboy surprised his fans with two more songs, those being “Footstep” and “Still Waiting”. The track “Still Waiting” was actually recorded by Youngboy while being in jail. Before dropping the full album, the rapper had released three songs, which are “On My Side”, “Life Support”, and “Nevada”. Some hit songs are “Bad Morning”, “Hold Me Down”, “On My Side”, “No Where”, “Life Support”, “Nevada”, and more. On the Billboard Hot 100, NBA holds spot #79, “Life Support”. The album is on pace to sell 135-155k equivalent album units in its first week! The album debuts at No.1 on this week’s Billboard 200 chart and he is the first hip-hop artist with a No.1 album in each of the past three years, according to Billboard charts.

NBA Youngboy will join Lil Wayne and Tupac as the only artists to go #1 while being incarcerated!

Sincerely, Kentrell is streaming on all platforms. Go give it a listen!