Y.R.N. (Young Rich Niggas)

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Y.R.N. (Young Rich Niggas)
Mixtape by Migos
Released June 13, 2013
Recorded Jan-April 2013
Genre Atlanta hip hop, gangsta rap
Label Quality Control Music
Producer Zaytoven, Soulja Boy, EA, Phenom da Don, C4, Dun Deal
Migos chronology
No Label
(2012)
Y.R.N. (Young Rich Niggas)
(2013)
Streets on Lock
(2013)

Y.R.N. (Young Rich Niggas) is a mixtape by American rappers Migos. It was released on June 13, 2013. The album features notable guest appearances from rappers Gucci Mane, Trinidad James, Riff Raff and Soulja Boy. This mixtape is notable for the single Versace, the single reached #99 on the Billboard Hot 100, #31 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, #23 on the Hot Rap Songs and #11 on the Top Heatseekers. "Versace" was placed in multiple year-end lists of 2013. Diplo included it in his 2013 round-up set on BBC Radio 1.[1] XXL named it one of the top five hip hop songs of 2013.[2] The official music video, directed by Gabriel Hart, was released on September 30, 2013.[3] It shows Migos and Zaytoven at a luxurious mansion, wearing Versace clothes and accessories. The video also features a snippet of Migos second single off the mixtape "Hannah Montana". As of January 2014, it has gained over four million views on YouTube.[4][5] Y.R.N. later reached #74 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs their first mixtape to do so on the Billboard charts.[6]

Track listing[7][edit]

  1. "Rich Then Famous (Intro) (prod. Mercy)"
  2. "China Town" (prod. MPC Cartel)
  3. "Versace" (prod. Zaytoven)
  4. "Chirpin" (prod. Stack Boy Twaun)
  5. "Adios" (prod. Phenom da Don)
  6. "Hannah Montana" (prod. Dun Deal)
  7. "Bando" (prod. Juvie)
  8. "Cook it Up"(prod. Stack Boy Twaun)
  9. "F**k 12" (prod. Mack Boy)
  10. "Bakers Man" (prod. Zaytoven)
  11. "Finesser" (prod. Phenom da Don)
  12. "Pronto" (prod. EA)
  13. "FEMA" (prod. Zaytoven)
  14. "Jumping out the Gym" (feat. Riff Raff & Trinidad James) (prod. Phenom da Don)
  15. "Young Rich Niggas" (prod. Zaytoven)
  16. "Baddest In The Room" (feat. Gucci Mane) (prod. C4)
  17. "R.I.P." (prod. Zaytoven)
  18. "Thank You God (Outro) (feat. Que) (prod. Stack Boy Twaun)
  19. "We Ready (Remix)" (feat. & prod. Soulja Boy)

Charts[edit]

Chart (2013) Peak
position
US Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums (Billboard)[8] 74

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