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MoneyBagg Yo Announces New Album ‘A Gangsta’s Pain’

MoneyBagg Yo Announces New Album ‘A Gangsta’s Pain’

Photo credit: N-Less Entertainment/Interscope Records

Moneybagg Yo is gearing up for the release of his upcoming album, ‘A Gangsta’s Pain.’

The project will be the Memphis rapper’s fourth album following his last release ‘Time Served,’ which was dropped back in January 2020. The album’s track list and features haven’t been released, but expect his Certified gold record “Time Today” to appear on the project.

Check out “GO!” featuring fellow Memphis rapper BIG30. The track is the follow up to his recent Future-assisted joint “Hard for Next.” The track has already garnered over 6 million Spotify streams and 6.7 million views on YouTube.

Listen to “GO!” below:

‘A Gangsta’s Pain’ drops April 23 via CMG/N-less Entertainment/Interscope Records.

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2021 & 2022 Met Gala Dates Announced

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