NBA YoungBoy will be riding solo for most of his upcoming album, The Last Slimeto.
The Baton Rouge, Louisiana native shared the project’s official tracklist on Thursday (August 4) just hours after reactivating his Instagram page.
Dropping at midnight on Friday (August 5), The Last Slimeto clocks in at a lengthy 30 songs and features guest appearances from Quavo, Rod Wave and Kehlani.
Rod Wave and Kehlani appear on “Home Ain’t Home” and “My Go To,” respectively, while Quavo’s cameo comes on the previously released “Don’t Rate Me,” one of 11 album cuts NBA YoungBoy debuted in April.
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The Last Slimeto will mark NBA YoungBoy’s last album under his current contract with Atlantic Records. While it’s reported he previously turned down $25 million to re-sign with the label, a $60 million deal was floated by his Never Broke Again imprint earlier this week.
That same Instagram post also promised a “surprise” feature on The Last Slimeto, telling fans they “don’t wanna miss this classic.”
YoungBoy Never Broke Again appears to be hoping to take his new album on the road, too. After beating his federal gun case in July, the rapper’s lawyer filed a motion demanding the court take him off house arrest, paving the way for a nationwide tour.
The Last Slimeto serves as the follow-up to NBA YoungBoy’s Colors mixtape, which dropped in January. Featuring collaborations with Quando Rondo and Internet Money, the project debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 after pushing 80,000 album-equivalent units in its first week.
Combined with the enduring popularity of his previous output, the 22-year-old has racked up over 2.8 billion streams in the U.S. alone this year, making him the second most-streamed artist in the country behind Drake.