Rap collective YBN is coming to Sweden for the first time!

By on July 14, 2018

The successful collective has gone from playing GTA on XBOX Live where they are free styling in their YouTube clips – to slowly and safely take over the rap world. At last they come to Sweden – in the form of YBN Nahmir, YBN Almighty Jay and YBN Cordae! On October 4, they will come to Fryshuset in Stockholm for a concert that will be crazy …!

Tickets were released yesterday, Friday 13 July, via LiveNation.se

Young Boss N*ggaz started as a bunch of friends who played Grand Theft Auto and rapped together – but it was via YouTube and social media as YBN quickly became celebrities. It was during their popular YouTube clips when they played GTA as people began to pay attention to the gaming killers talents within rap – because they often free styled while playing.

Nick Simmons, or YBN Nahmir, rushed to the starry sky when Worldstar shared the video to the song “Rubbin Off The Paint” in September 2017. The video became viral and reached two million views in just a few days – and currently has 124 million views. The Alabama rapper is inspired by artists like E-40 and Mozzy and has shown that he is much more than a one-hit-wonder. He has also presented the rest of YBN for the world …

Jay Bradley, or YBN Almighty Jay, is behind songs like “Chopsticks” and “2 Tone Drip” and is signed to the Rich The Kids label Forever Ent. And he has much enthralling going on – more than the gossip press writes about his privacy …

Cordae Dunston, or YBN Cordae, was paid attention to for his remix on Eminem’s classic song “My Name Is” and even more got their eyes open for the rapper when he released the song “Old Niggas” – which was a reply to J. Coles song “1985”.

YBN is a rap collective who breathes 2018. It’s new, fresh and even though video games are the basis of the rise of the collective society, their successes and bright future are truly real.

Concert date
4/10 – Fryshuset, Stockholm

Helena Olofsson, Entertainment | Stockholm