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Yungblud’s YouTube Series ‘The Yungblud Show’ Set To Return

All proceeds from the latest episode will be going to Black Lives Matter.

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Yungblud has announced that his popular YouTube show ‘The Yungblud Show’ is returning this week. A new episode of the show is set to drop on Thursday, 25 June at 9pm PST, with all proceeds going to Black Lives Matter.

Yungblud introduced the YouTube show on his social media channels by wishing fans a Happy Pride Month, announcing that the show would be returning with special guests including Paris Hilton and activist Kenidra R. Woods. He also teased that there would be a special announcement at the end of the show.

“I know the past couple of months have been very scary and weird,” he said. “So I would like to take this opportunity to say I’ll see you Thursday.”

In the last episode of ‘The Yungblud Show’, which aired back in April, the singer was joined by Machine Gun Kelly, Travis Barker and Kelly Osbourne.

Reviewing the episode, the NME wrote: “As with everything he does, there’s love at the core of ‘The Yungblud Show’. For 30 minutes, the Black Heart Gang family – that’s his always inclusive fanbase – comes together to think about something that isn’t impending doom.”

During lockdown, Yungblud launched a new ‘Stay Home’ video series, as well as becoming one of the first high-profile artists to stream a live gig from quarantine back in March. The fast-rising young artist is also set to release a new album this year, which he has called “naïve and full of contradictions” in a recent interview with the NME.

“The album is a neat whisky, uncensored version of my life: it talks about liberation in terms of sex, my identity and my mental health, as well as love, heartbreak, self-harm, suicide, depression…” he said.

“I have a dialogue with my fanbase that allows us to say what we think”, he added, “We’re rebelling against the idea that speaking our minds is wrong.”

Listen to the Best of Yungblud on Apple Music and Spotify.

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