Alabama native rapper & singer Yung Bleu shares his dream festival & other career goals

Since 2017, Alabama native Yung Bleu has been working his way up the musical ladder with big-name hip-hop collaborations, including Kid Ink, Kevin Gates, Big Sean, H.E.R. and many more. And in 2020, his single “You’re Mines Still” off his Love Scars: The 5 Stages of Emotions EP was remixed by Drake, earning him even more prominence in the scene and a number-18 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Since then, he’s released two more star-studded singles and a debut album, Moon Boy this past July.

We caught up with Yung Bleu for the latest episode of Vision Boarding, a conversational series where rising artists look back at where they’ve been and map out where they hope to go in the future, based on the TikTok-approved concepts of mood boards and manifesting. Read some highlights of the conversation below and hear the rest (including his dream festival stage, charting goals and much more) here.

I want ____ streams

YB: A trillion.

In the future I want to collaborate with ____

YB: I want to collaborate with anyone who wants to work with me.

I want to be interviewed by ____

YB: Charlamagne tha God; I want to see what we could come up with.

I want to be on the cover of ____

YB: GQ Magazine.

Hear more of Yung Bleu on Hip Hop Nation (Ch. 44).

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