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Stunna 4 Vegas Drops ‘Rich Youngin’ Album

North Carolina has been on tilt ever since DaBaby and Stunna 4 Vegas took off. The two artists have been touring and doing shows for the past year, enjoying ever bit of their success. Furthermore, the artists have taken the time to promote their albums and singles quite a bit. Last year, Stunna 4 Vegas dropped his label debut album BIG 4X. The 12-track album received pretty good critical reception after receiving features from Lil Durk, NLE Choppa, and of course his mentor.

With Stunna 4 Vegas’ latest effort, he looks to top that success. Rich Youngin just dropped this past week and it contains twelve songs once again. Guest features include DaBaby, Lil Baby, Offset, and Blac Youngsta. Production is handled by the likes of Cre8, Bankroll Got It, and Sean Da Firzt to name a few. Furthermore, the Interscope Records release comes fresh off the bat of his concert streak.

“I wanna drop another album after I drop this one. I’m already gon’ top this one and it ain’t even drop yet. I’ma drop Rich Youngin’ after Big 4X,” Stunna states. “Big 4X is just the introduction, but Rich Youngin’ is gonna make people say, “Damn. How much [music] he got?” Check it out below.

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Aspiring journalist and music influencer from the Carolinas. Twitter: @malc2global

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