Yung Bleu – Moon Boy (Full Album)
Download Moon Boy Zip File Album by Yung Bleu Feat. Chris Brown, 2 Chainz, Big Sean, Davido And More.
American hip hop recording artist from Mobile, Alabama, Jeremy Biddle, known professionally as Yung Bleu drop his highly aticipated project “Moon Boy” album featuring Chris Brown, 2 Chainz, Big Sean, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Davido, Drake, Gunna, H.E.R., Jeezy, John Legend, Kehlani, Kodak Black & Moneybagg Yo.
Moon Boy is Yung Bleu’s debut studio album, released on July 23, 2021. Three singles were released before the album. The lead single, a remix of Bleu’s October 2020 single, “You’re Mines Still,” featuring Drake, was released on October 16, 2020. The second single, “Baddest,” a collaboration with Chris Brown and 2 Chainz, was released on June 11, 2021. The third and final single, “Way More Close (Stuck In A Box),” featuring Big Sean, was released on July 9, 2021. On July 6, 2021, Bleu revealed the album’s title, release date, and cover art. The tracklist then showed on the vinyl edition on July 14, 2021.
Yung Bleu Moon Boy Album Review
Bleu’s debut album Moon Boy is complicated, though. He’s a talented rapper who merges the confessional-like detail of his rap inspirations with soulful melodies that sound like he should join his local church’s choir, but also, he really wants to be a streaming juggernaut. With that, comes an uneven listening experience. Moon Boy is a reflection of the current popular rap landscape, where albums aren’t made to be consumed as a whole but instead for fans to sort through and playlist their favorites. This thought process has been amplified by streaming: Just ignore the songs that you don’t like, it’s not as if you paid 20 dollars for it. But I can’t quite do that. Am I supposed to pretend that “Unforgiving,” an extremely dull collaboration with Davido that feels more like a business deal than anything else, doesn’t exist? Or what about the whiny love drunk coos of “Ghetto Love Birds” alongside A Boogie Wit da Hoodie? Or the flat-sounding piano beats of “Dark Clouds” and “Angels Never Cry” designed to melt into any playlist? Or Chris Brown continuing to torment the music world with hooks that sound like they were recorded in the AIM away message era?
Moon Boy is weighed down by streaming bait, but thankfully it does include a handful of Bleu’s highest highs. It’s compelling how easily he can switch between tones, as the project seesaws between old war stories filled with agony and intimate ballads about love and the pain love brings. It works because Bleu is equally comfortable on both sides of that spectrum. He can carry sweet-sounding duets with H.E.R. and Kehlani and then use a weathered delivery to contemplate his past over a downbeat instrumental. He lilts, “And we come from duckin’ hundred round drums/And the school system treat us like we dumb/That’s why I’m in the hallway/Eighth grade, I was trappin’ in the hallway,” on the intensely personal yet self-effacing “Die Under the Moon.” Similarly, on the Jeezy-assisted “Shoe Box,” his writing is concise, emotional, and somehow still catchy.
Moon Boy Album Tracklist:
- Die Under the Moon feat. John Legend // Download Mp3
- Tired of You feat. H.E.R. // Download Mp3
- Angels Never Cry feat. Moneybagg Yo & Kodak Black // Download Mp3
- Beautiful Lies feat. Kehlani // Download Mp3
- Contract Killers // Download Mp3
- Way More Close (Stuck in a Box) feat. Big Sean // Download Mp3
- Shoe Box feat. Jeezy // Download Mp3
- Last Summer // Download Mp3
- You’re Mines Still feat. Drake // Download Mp3
- Waterworks feat. Gunna // Download Mp3
- Baddest feat. Chris Brown and 2 Chainz // Download Mp3
- Unforgiving feat. Davido // Download Mp3
- Dark Clouds // Download Mp3
- Old Days // Download Mp3
- Ghetto Love Birds feat. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie // Download Mp3