A feature off of Yung Bleu’s “Holy messengers Never Cry.”
Boosie Badazz said all that needed to be said – Yung Bleu is a megastar. However he’s adopted a capricious strategy to climb the positions, he’s basically your #1 rapper’s #1 craftsman at this moment. His capacity to mix sincerely accused vibrato songs of testy R&B-trap creation has permitted him to consume space in the two kinds naturally.
The arrival of his presentation collection Moon Boy shows up after much expectation and he doesn’t disillusion. The 15-melody project flaunts appearances from 2 Chainz, Chris Brown, and John Legend, among others. One feature of the undertaking is “Holy messengers Never Cry” ft. Moneybagg Yo and Kodak Black. Bleu conveys an irresistible hymn where he ponders the sumptuous way of life he’s procured through his work while additionally specifying awfulness and passing. Moneybagg Yo and Kodak Black return to-back, however the last fiddles considerably further with the tunes. It’s a potential sign that we may wind up seeing ‘Yak get his R&B on soon.