“Bat Man” by YoungBoy Never Broke Again
The lyrics of “Bat Man” are primarily dedicated to NBA YoungBoy’s willingness, indeed fantasies, to shoot up opps. And this is coming from someone who is a recognized gun-toter. Indeed in this track he lets it be known straight-up that the gat is always on hand. Moreover he rolls with a gang of killers who like to “get close” when they shoot someone to make sure that the target is in fact dead. And outside of the artist’s occasional shoutouts to his wealth, that’s pretty much what this entire song is about.
Or stated alternatively, practically all of the metaphors present point to the idea that Never Broke Again is ready and willing to bust a cap or engage in other acts of violence. And going back to the monetary subtheme, the title of this song is symbolically intended to let the listener know that NBA is indeed paid, as in he owns a “Rolls” Royce. So the implication would be that said vehicle is black and to some degree resembles the fictional Batmobile, which does kinda look like a Rolls-Royce.
So again, YoungBoy does reference his riches, with the very title of this track alluding to such. But still, the tune’s most-outstanding subject matter would be its numerous referrals to YoungBoy’s guns.
“Bat Man” was written by YoungBoy Never Broke Again. And its producers are Statik On The Track and Dubba-AA.
This track came out on 21 February 2020 as part of NBA YoungBoy’s album “Still Flexin, Still Reppin”.