Roy Woods‘ newest release, “Young Boy Problems,” dives deep into the challenges of being young and famous. As a Canadian artist signed to Drake’s OVO Sound label at just 19 years old, Woods has had to navigate the pressures of the fast life of fame. In this sultry ballad, he reveals the rollercoaster of toxic relationships and bad decisions that come with the territory.
After taking a self-care break to realign with his passion for music, Woods is set to release his second studio album, “Mixed Emotions,” this summer. The album will feature collaborations with heavy hitters in the industry, and Woods is poised to dominate the charts once again. “Young Boy Problems” is just the latest in a string of successful singles from the Ontario native, including “Don’t Love Me,” “Luces” featuring Fuego and Polima West Coast, “Bad Bad,” and “Insecure.” Fans can stream “Young Boy Problems” on all major streaming platforms.