Yung Bleu Confesses His Love For His Girl In "Ghetto Love Birds"

After the huge success of his 2020 single "You're Mines Still" featuring Drake, Yung Bleu returns with a brand new track titled "Ghetto Love Bird." Unlike the hit song, where he attempts to win back his ex, this one brings out a more vulnerable Yung Bleu—one that opens his heart to his "ghetto love."

Oh how I love her (I love her), my ghetto love bird (My lover) / Fly like an eagle, yeah (Fly like an eagle, yeah, yeah) / That's why I trust her (With my life), my ghetto love bird (Yeah, yeah)

In a recent interview with Billboard, the Alabama rapper talked about manifestations, and that a joint EP with Drake could happen. "I'm real big on manifesting. That's why I always speak on things. Even when I dropped the record and put it out for the city, I said "Drake would kill this" because I was thinking of a feature to put on it." Indeed he did—after all, Drake does stand for 'Do Right And Kill Everything.'

As for a joint project with the Toronto rapper, the 26-year-old revealed that it is possible. "I don't know if it'll ever manifest to something real, but we have talked about getting in the studio and [coming up] with ideas on working on a collab project. It would flow perfect. That man flows perfectly on a song."

Listen to "Ghetto Love Birds" below.

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