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30 JUNE 2023 (TORONTO, ON) — Today, BABY GRAVY, the most dynamic of duos Yung Gravy and bbno$ (baby no money), preach on a new single entitled “You Need Jesus”. The duo also dropped a video directed by Karl Jungquist (Marshmello, Grandson) featuring the guys as pelvic thrusting pastors smiting nonbelievers and a cameo from artist and producer, Diamond Pistols.  - check it out HERE


Listen to “You Need Jesus”HERE.


Baby Gravy 3 drops Friday, August 18th via IMPERIAL/Universal Music Canada. Pre-order/Pre-save HERE


On the track, Spanish guitar accents a sparse beat as Yung Gravy and bbno$ spread a different kind of gospel. bbno$ urges, “You need Jesus, go back to church, as Yung Gravy wonders, “Three wise hoes. What would Jesus do?” You’ve got to hear it to believe it.


They kicked this season off with “Goodness Gracious,” which has already piled up millions of streams and counting. In addition to plugs from SpinHits Daily Double, and more, HYPEBEAST hailed it as one of its “Best New Tracks”.


Be sure to catch the duo at the Calgary Stampede or the multiple state fairs that they’ll be hitting up across Michigan, New York, Utah and Washington.


Baby Gravy 3 simmers this summer, see dates below!


07/15 – BABY GRAVY LIVE @ Calgary Stampede (Calgary, AB)

07/21 – BABY GRAVY LIVE @ The Pacific Amphitheatre (Costa Mesa, CA)

07/30 – BABY GRAVY LIVE @ Ohio State Fair

07/31 – BABY GRAVY LIVE @ Monroe County Fair (Monroe, MI)

08/05 – Yung Gravy Live @ Lollapalooza Chicago

08/12 – BABY GRAVY LIVE @ Erie County Fair (Hamburg, NY)

08/30 – BABY GRAVY LIVE @ Minnesota State Fair

09/15 – BABY GRAVY LIVE @ Utah State Fair (Salt Lake City, UT)

09/22 – BABY GRAVY LIVE @ Washington State Fair (Puyallup, WA)

As legend has it, Yung Gravy and bbno$ first stirred up the simmering sauce at the heart of their union on the 2017 Baby Gravy EP. It’s an ever evolving love affair between these two best friends and musical soulmates who locked into a once-in-a-generation chemistry blown up widescreen on the likes of “Rotisserie,” which cranked out 80 million Spotify streams. In 2019, they reteamed on the gold-certified “Whip A Tesla” from Gravy’s Sensational album only to reheat their partnership to a boiling point on 2021’s Baby Gravy 2. The latter tallied over half-a-billion streams powered by the gold-certified “Welcome To Chilis” and “shining on my ex.” With countless memories, sold out tours, and one appearance on Family Feud under their collective fly designer belt, they are back with “Goodness Gracious” and a whole lot more heat in 2023.

About Yung Gravy
Only the best things get better with age—wine, cheddar, 401ks, the list goes on. It turns out Yung Gravy gets better with age too.

When you think about it, the name Yung Gravy says a great deal. It’s perpetually youthful, and it oozes “sauce.” As such, Yung Gravy uses his own special recipe to bring originality and positivity to make his one-of-a-kind impact on the genre. Gravy flexes his passion for soul music and oldies in his production, sampling a wide range of musical styles dating from the 1940’s to the present-day. Nostalgic and often-jubilant melodies paired with heavy trap drums form the usual canvas for his signature baritone voice—reminiscent of Barry White. Showcasing effortless flows and endlessly quotable lyrics, Yung Gravy paints something truly unique while clearly having a good time doing so. In the span of six short years, Gravy has transformed from Soundcloud stalwart to platinum powerhouse. To date, his accolades include three platinum and four gold singles as well as 10 sold out tours of North America, Europe, and Australia. He has collaborated with his self-proclaimed musical heroes, including Lil WayneChief Keef, Juicy JT-Pain, and the late Young DolphGravy became the soundtrack, and unofficial second mascot, of the Tampa Bay Lightning, and was given an honorary Stanley Cup Ring. He starred in a worldwide commercial campaign with Martha Stewart, and weeks later performed for the VMAs and Jimmy Kimmel Live. Not to mention, he partnered with Samsung and Jimmy Johns for campaigns. Tallying 6 billion streams and selling 5 million units thus far, he’s notched four entries on the Billboard 200, two in the Top 30 of the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart, and two on the Top 20 of the Top Album Sales Chart. He’ll hit the stage at Bottlerock and Hangout Music Festival in 2023.

For all of the swagger and style he exhibited upon his arrival, he managed to become even smoother since his introduction in 2016. After streams in the billions, packed venues, and “side missions” with Martha Stewart, he stirred up his tastiest sauce yet on his 2022 third full-length opus, Marvelous [Republic Records] introduced by the chart-topping platinum-certifiedBillboard Hot 100 Top 30 single “Betty (Get Money).”

About bbno$ (baby no money)
Hailed by Rolling Stone as “A Viral Pioneer” and named one of 2020’s “Breakthrough Artists of the Year “, bbno$ (baby no money) is no stranger to producing addictive hooks, having released the first ever TikTok hit, “Lalala” with Y2K in 2019, which has gone multi-platinum across the globe. 2021 marked a breakthrough year for bbno$’ with the successful release of his fifth studio album eat ya veggies, the brilliant 12-track album featured hit singles “edamame” with 88Rising’s Rich Brian, “yoga” with Rebecca Black as well as audience favorites  ”i remember” and “wussup” with Yung Gravy and was streamed collectively over 1 billion times. “edemame” with Rich Brian has now gone 2x Platinum in Canada, Platinum in Finland, Platinum in Indonesia, and Gold. He had opportunities flow in from this with a performance at the JUNO’s, guest appearance during Rich Brian's set at Coachella, a Capital Jingle Bell Ball performance in the UK, and a Late Night TV performance on Jimmy Kimmel.

Over the years, bbno$ has become a case study in how to succeed as an independent artist. The sheer success accumulated by the young artist is evidenced by the fact that his tracks have now been streamed more than 5 billion times. He has amassed more than 2.9 million TikTok followers, and over 1.2 million Instagram followers, and his tracks have been used in over 15 million TikTok videos which have been watched a total of 2 billion+ times. He has been featured in BillboardFlaunt, tmrwRolling Stone, NMELadyGunnSPINEuphoria, i-DOnes to Watchand many other publications. His work as an artist and songwriter has received praise and support from the likes of both Capital FM and BBC R1’s Jack Saunders (Tune of The Week + Jingle Ball performance), and Triple J. Previous headline tours in 1-2k cap rooms across North America, China, Australia and Europe have all been sold out.

In 2023 bbno$ plans to release his 8th studio album and 3rd album with Yung GravyBaby Gravy 3. He will also be returning to North America, Europe, and Australia on headline and festival runs throughout the course of the year. 

06/30 – Milwaukee Summerfest (Milwaukee, WI)
07/15 – Calgary Stampede (Calgary, AB)
07/21 – The Pacific Amphitheatre (Costa Mesa, CA)
07/29 – Tailgate N’ Tallboys (Auburn, MI)
07/30 – Ohio State Fair (Columbus, OH)
07/31 – Monroe County Fair (Monroe, MI)
08/05 – Lollapalooza (Chicago, IL)
08/10 – West Virginia State Fair (Lewisburg, WV)
08/12 – Erie County Fair (Hamburg, NY)
08/28 – Alaska State Fair (Palmer, AK)
08/30 – Minnesota State Fair (Saint Paul, MN)
09/02 – The Great Allentown Fair (Allentown, PA)
09/03 – New York State Fair (Syracuse, NY)
09/09 – Worcester Parking Lot Party (Worcester, MA)
09/15 – Utah State Fair (Salt Lake City, UT)
09/16 – Music Midtown Festival (Atlanta, GA)
09/22 – Washington State Fair (Puyallup, WA)
09/23 – Live is Beautiful (Las Vegas, NV)

06/27 – Roxy (Prague, Czech Republic)
06/28 – Den Atelier (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
06/30 – Lollapalooza Stockholm (Stockholm, Sweden)
07/02 – Arras Main Square Festival (France)
07/06 – RBC Ottawa Bluesfest (Ottawa, ON)
07/08 – Summerfest (Milwaukee, WI)
07/11 – FEQ (Festival d'ete de Quebec) (Quebec City, QC)
07/15 – Calgary Stampede (Alberta, Canada)
07/21 – The Pacific Amphitheatre (Cosa Mesa, CA)
07/30 – Ohio State Fair (Columbus, OH)
07/31 – Monroe County Fair (Monroe, MI)
08/04 – Osheaga Festival (Montreal, QC)
08/10 – Feldkirch Poolbar Festival (Austria)
08/12 – Erie County Fair (Hamburg, NY)
08/17 – FM4 Frequency Festival (St. Poelten, Austria)
08/18 – Parkenfestivalen (Bodø, Norway)
08/19 – Findings Festival (Oslo, Norway)
08/26 – Riot Games VCT finals (Los Angeles, CA)     
08/30 – Minnesota State Fair (St. Paul, MN)
09/02 – The Great Allentown Fair (Allentown, PA)
09/03 – New York State Fair (Syracuse NY)
09/08 – MacEwan University (Edmonton, AB)
09/15 – Utah State Fair (Salt Lake City, UT)
09/22 – Washington State Fair (Puyallup, WA)



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