Youngboy Hardly ever Broke Again was among 2016’s growing rap abilities when that trajectory was halted with an arrest for just two matters of attempted first-degree murder. Previously referred to as NBA YoungBoy, the rapper was created Kentrell DeSean Gaulden in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1999. His debut mixtape, Lifestyle Before Fame, found its way to 2015 and was quickly accompanied by a trilogy of produces titled Mind of the Menace. Glowing a limelight on his gritty and violent upbringing, YoungBoy shown a skill for wordy pubs, merging the spirits of contemporaries like 21 Savage and Boosie Badazz. In 2016, he released the 38 Baby mixtape, which highlighted fellow Baton Rouge rappers like Badazz and Kevin Gates. Before I Move Reloaded, a assortment of previously released monitors, was issued by the end of the entire year, as the continuing future of his burgeoning profession continued to be uncertain. Despite ongoing incarceration, he released another mixtape from behind pubs in 2017, Brain of the Menace 3.