Ya Boi L.I.V.E’s latest single, “I Don’t C Nobody,” ft. A-La Da Analist has taken the music world by storm, and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. The song resonates with listeners, capturing the essence of embracing success while challenging others to step up their game. But there's more to this rising star than just the music. In a recent interview, he opened up about his journey, aspirations, and what's next on the horizon.
The hip-hop artist’s plans include releasing a captivating visual to accompany “I Don't C Nobody,” promising fans an immersive experience. He also expressed a desire to pay homage to hip-hop history by envisioning himself in a classic music video. If given the chance, he'd join the ranks of the Wu-Tang Clan in the iconic "C.R.E.A.M." video, adding a fresh perspective to the narrative.
His journey to success wasn't without hurdles, including legal troubles. Relocating to New York for a fresh start was a pivotal moment that allowed him to reshape his life and career positively. Ya Boi admits: “I changed my life around by realizing where I made mistakes and how to not let them happen again. Some of life’s best lessons come from experience. Actually going through something good or bad to me is the best way to learn.”
The rapper adds: “I moved back to NY when everything around me started to fall apart from being arrested facing 5-15yrs. My girlfriend at the time was ready to move on and my funds were almost gone due to my legal issues, so I had to take a step back and regroup, which turned out to be the right idea.”
Looking ahead, fans can anticipate more music that incorporates the distinct Long Island sound, with upcoming releases featuring collaborations and solo projects. Till then, check out “I Don’t C Nobody” below: