Yella Beezy drops new mixtape
As the red hot recent lead single “Bacc At It Again”featuring Quavo and Gucci Mane heats up the summer, Yella Beezy eclipses 1 billion streams in total. Yella Beezy made an announcement via Instagram that he will drop his latest mixtape, Baccend Beezy , last week.
Get it HERE via HITCO Entertainment.
Thursday, July 18, he celebrated reaching 1 billion streams and the release of Baccend Beezy , at Poppy in West Hollywood, alongside celebrity friends and industry tastemakers.
The project sees the gold-certified Dallas, TX hip-hop star in top form as usual. Once again, he attracts some of the hottest names in the game to join him — from old school royalty such as Too $hort on the inked-out “Tattoo” to fellow rising trailblazers like NLE Choppa for “Hittas.” Rounding out an event-level track listing, he locks into stoned and slick flows with Young Thug during “On A Flight” as Chris Brown lends his undeniable croon to “Restroom Occupied.”
Slaying multiple formats, “Bacc At It Again” remains Top 10 on Urban Radio, Top 20 on Rhythm Radio, and climbs the Billboard Rap Airplay Chart. At Shazam, it soared to the Top 10 of Shazam in ten major markets throughout North America.
Yella Beezy is most definitely bacc and better than ever…
Check out the full track listing below.
MadderBig Shit – ft MarloTattoo – ft Too $hortBaguette – ft Trapboy FreddyKeep It In The FamHittas – ft NLE ChoppaRestroom Occupied – ft. Chris BrownOn A Flight – ft Young ThugSlow MotionTrustSee me FallOne Time ft Sir RecRun To The MoneyThrowed – ft K MichelleBacc At It Again – ft Quavo & Gucci
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