Yella Beezy has just released his latest MonstahBeatz produced single, “On Fleek,“ featuring Gunna. The visual, directed by Erik White, showcases Yella Beezy and Gunna being seduced by beautiful women as they ruminate on the importance of bestowing their wealthy lifestyles on the special ladies in their lives, promising to keep their loved ones laced in designer and dripping with diamonds. Yella Beezy has just announced his upcoming album Blank Checc will be released on December 4th following the success of recent singles including “Headlocc” feat. Young Thug (30+ million streams) and “Solid” feat. 42 Dugg.
“I’m on the Forbes list / Keep lil mama in Dior drip / Educated and she gorgeous / Text emoji I might blow a kiss / Drop a bag and she know I’m rich”
In addition to releasing new music, Yella Beezy voted for the first time this week and helped to get others in his community out to the polls, making an appearance at a Dallas church to encourage voters who ultimately flipped their district. He’s also been increasingly vocal on social media about his love for and the need to support black women, including his son’s mother D’Andrea who threw him a massive birthday party last month. Doing his best to make the most of quarantine, Beezy has been spending as much time as he can recording new music, hanging out with his son, and staying healthy by working out, playing basketball, and adopting a pescatarian diet.
Yella Beezy’s rise to mainstream popularity came soon after releasing his mixtape Lite Work, Volume 2 in 2017. Included in the highly acclaimed mixtape was his hit single “That’s On Me” which peaked at 37 on Billboard’s Hot 100 charts (189M video views). The song garnered the attention of the newly formed HITCO label, where he eventually signed in 2018. Throughout the course of his career, Yella Beezy has collaborated on tracks with Lil Baby, Gucci Mane, and Chris Brown among many others. The Dallas born rapper currently boasts over 1.7 million monthly listeners on Spotify and 400 million combined streams across all platforms this year.