Birdman put his Rich Gang seal of approval on Pittsburg rap talent Reese Youngn in his new “Black Ink” visual.
Both Stunna and Reese Youngn shared a clip of the “Black Ink” music video to their personal Instagram accounts on Tuesday (April 13), with Birdman literally stamping the vid with a #RICHGANG tag while Youngn shared footage from his intimate encounter with the Cash Money CEO.
In the post Reese Youngn shared with his IG followers, Birdman clearly gives up high praises and undoubtedly nominates Youngn as next-up while evaluating his abilities and sipping champagne with him in the backseat of a blacked-out Maybach Mercedes Benz.
“You can change the world man, with your music — Muthafucka will be in the palm of your hand,” Birdman tells Youngn in the clip.
“Link in my bio I just wanna change the world wit my MuZik I Kant belive I’m seeing all this shit UnFold .. Praise Allah #FuckTheWorld #FuckWhatAnybodyGottaSay #GhettoGlobal #BHM #RITARDED,” Reese Youngn wrote on the Gram.
After the explosive success of his off-kilter remix to Coi Leray’s “No More Parties (Remix)” helped mobilize a social media takeover in March and attracted more than five million YouTube views on the video, Reese Youngn has manifested a moment for himself and created more hype around his unique sound with anthemic releases.
His recent single “Warrior” accumulated well over one million views on YouTube in under a month and his emotionally charged “KEKE” single even earned the approval of Alabama rapper OMB Peezy after he reposted the song on his story.
Reese Youngn has also proven to be a dynamic collaborator on multiple occasions such as his 2020 rap-heavy collaboration with Michigan rap upstart Rio Da Yung OG on “Boyz 2 Men” and his inter-city link-up with late Pittsburgh rapper Jimmy Wopo on their song “Been Had” earlier this year.