NBA YoungBoy
NBA YoungBoy

NBA YoungBoy’s upcoming album  ‘Don’t Attempt This At Home’ released date and its cover art has been revealed.

The rapper, who is 23 years old, revealed on his personal Twitter account on Tuesday (March 21) that his new album, which will have 33 tracks, and will be released on April 21.

The image shows the Don’t Try This At Home graphics on the roof of the F.G. Clark Recreation Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the home of the Southern University Jaguars basketball team.

The announcement from YoungBoy comes shortly after the album’s trailer, which featured his song “Next,” was made public in February.

Don’t Try This At Home is also expected to include his latest single “Demon Party.”

Check out his announcement below:

NBA YoungBoy said he would be “talking crazy” on Don’t Try This At Home during a interview on the Rap Radar podcast in February, but he later clarified that his lyrics are only for fun.

“I’ma talk crazy on there,” he said at the time. “I’ma show you Murda Man. I’ma talk crazy on there, but I’m letting you know though, don’t try this at home. It’s all entertainment, bruh. I’ma talk my shit and everything I’m talking, letting you know, don’t try this at home.

“Entertainment and reality is very different. What I do think, some of the entertainers make their entertainment their reality also, if I said that right.

“Don’t get me wrong too, a lot of people you’ll see today, that’s 100 percent who they is. I don’t doubt it. A lot of rappers today, half of them probably 100 percent who they is. But I guarantee you, bro, the majority of them, nah.

“It be like this, bro, you’ll look at these rappers’ videos, you gon’ see a gun in this video, right? You go to the next one, he got a gun in his video, right?

He added: “You gotta dig a little deeper sometimes, bro. Alright, now look at his mama. His mama ain’t no gangsta, so how the fuck is he a gangsta? That shit don’t be adding up, bro.”

NBA YoungBoy’s last album ‘I Rest My Case’ was released in January via Motown Records.

The project — his first since leaving Atlantic Records — debuted at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 chart with roughly 29,000 total album-equivalent units in its first week.