Alabama native Yung Bleu released his debut album, Moon Boy, today (July 23).
The 15-track album features recently released single “Way More Close (Stuck In A Box)” feat. Big Sean as well as “Baddest (feat. Chris Brown and 2 Chainz),” which was produced by Hitmaka.
The star-studded project also includes collaborations with Drake, John Legend, H.E.R, Kehlani, Davido, Moneybagg Yo, Jeezy, Gunna and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.
“Moon Boy” is Bleu’s first release since the 2020 project Love Scars: The Five Stages of Emotions, which hit the Billboard 200 album chart. Beyond his solo releases, Bleu has had a massive year collaborating with a versatile array of young and established artists including Tink, Mooski, Lakeyah and Taleban Dooda. Altogether, Bleu’s music has racked up over 1B+ streams across all platforms
The release of Moon Boy marks the start of a massive weekend for Bleu, who is slated to perform at Miami’s Rolling Loud Music Festival. It’s one of the first shows Bleu is playing this summer, as he’s performing at Rolling Loud in New York as well as Hot 97’s Summer Jam.
He also recently announced his upcoming North American “Moon Boy Tour,” a 38-date cross-country tour that will kick off on August 26 in Minneapolis with stops in major cities including Chicago, New York, Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles and more. Tickets are available now HERE.
Bleu has also just dropped the brand new music video for “Ghetto Love Birds” featuring A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie – directed by Joan, the video details the ways in which two people in love will always find each other and stick together.