Alabama native rapper & singer Yung Bleu shares his dream festival & other career goals

Yung Bleu, also known as Bleu Vandross and born Jeremy Biddle, reflects on his current career milestones and sets goals aspirations for the future in the latest ‘Vision Boarding’ episode.

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December 20, 2021

Since 2017, Alabama native Yung Bleu has been working his way up the musical ladder with big-name hip-hop collaborations, including Kid Ink, Kevin Gates, Big Sean, H.E.R. and many more. And in 2020, his single “You’re Mines Still” off his Love Scars: The 5 Stages of Emotions EP was remixed by Drake, earning him even more prominence in the scene and a number-18 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Since then, he’s released two more star-studded singles and a debut album, Moon Boy this past July.

We caught up with Yung Bleu for the latest episode of Vision Boarding, a conversational series where rising artists look back at where they’ve been and map out where they hope to go in the future, based on the TikTok-approved concepts of mood boards and manifesting. Read some highlights of the conversation below and hear the rest (including his dream festival stage, charting goals and much more) here.

I want ____ streams

YB: A trillion.

In the future I want to collaborate with ____

YB: I want to collaborate with anyone who wants to work with me.

I want to be interviewed by ____

YB: Charlamagne tha God; I want to see what we could come up with.

I want to be on the cover of ____

YB: GQ Magazine.

Hear more of Yung Bleu on Hip Hop Nation (Ch. 44).