Yella Beezy’s Flexes are Facts in His New “Bad Azz Yella Boy” Video
“Bad Azz Yella Boy” is the title track from Bad Azz Yella Boy, Yella Beezy’s latest mixtape. Spanning 16 tracks with production from Murda Beatz and others, the mixtape was Yella’s first full-length project since the release of Baccend Beezy in 2019, featuring the Top 10 Urban Radio hit”Bacc At It Again” with Quavo and Gucci Mane. The rapper celebrated his new label partnership with Asylum Records by releasing “PIMP C,” a UGK-referencing single with a guest appearance from EST Gee.
Not only is Yella Beezy talented but he’s smart and no matter the season continues to show why he is a contender within Hip Hop’s finest. Yella Beezy’s mix of bluesy melodies and spitfire rhymes helped him become a top dog in Dallas’s rap scene. Calmly introducing himself to anyone who doesn’t know what time it is, the Gold-selling rapper shares “Bad Azz Yella Boy,” a new video. Produced by Yella’s frequent collaborator Blame It On Monstah, “Bad Azz Yella Boy” is an effortlessly funky portrait of a villain, featuring chirruping synths that evoke a classic Texas sound and a menacing piano line. Flexing with his laid-back and melodic flow, Yella Beezy delivers a nonchalant series of boasts with the easygoing confidence of someone who knows he’s telling the truth: “I’m out the cliffs and I don’t give a f*ck,” spits the Oak Cliff, Dallas native.
In the video, the hitmaking rapper flashes his bedazzled rings (spelling out his familiar phrase “bacc end”) as he hops in his Rolls Royce and generates enough heat to flame on like the Human Torch.