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YBN Nahmir Drops Off Debut "Visionland" Ft. G Herbo, Ty Dolla $ign, E-40, Too $hort


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Fans have been asking YBN Nahmir when he would finally deliver his debut album, and now it has arrived. On Friday (March 26), Nahmir dropped off his formal introductory effort Visionland, and he wasn't messing around with the number of tracks. At 20 songs, Nahmir hopes that listeners will enjoy varying aspects of his talents, and he called on a few artists to help him on the album. Ty Dolla $ign, G Herbo, DaBoii, G-Eazy, Offset, E-40, Too $hort, and FatBoy SSE all make an appearance.

In a recent interview with GQ, Nahmir spoke about mixing things up on Visionland and including a song where he sings falsetto. "I really didn’t want to put it out too early, because I feel like, you know I rap too much about b*tches and hos and drugs and that kind of thing," he said. "I felt like [this] would throw that off a little bit, people be like, 'Damn this n*gga’s a simp.'"

"But, at the end of the day, it’s a cool ass song, I like it – but I don’t love it, you feel me?" he added. "I put it on the album because it’s different. And I know it’s gonna go somewhere. I really don’t usually make songs for the ladies. But I feel like it will make a lot of progress and show people another side of me, too. Like, I can do anything. And it’s a song that a lot of people will relate to, because they simps, just like me, normal people."


Stream YBN Nahmir's Visionland and share your thoughts.


1. Still (Family) ft. Ty Dolla $ign
2. Regardless
3. Politics ft. G Herbo & DaBoii
4. Opp Stoppa ft. 21 Savage
5. Get It Crackin
6. Fast Car Music (STAIN)
10. Wake Up
11. Belgium
12. Make A Wish
13. Homework
14. Streets
15. WooWAM
16. Soul Train
17. 2 Seater ft. G-Eazy, Offset
18.  Ca$hland ft. E-40, Too $hort
19. Over Now ft. FatBoy SSE
20. Opp Stoppa



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