n. (context US slang English) cocaine
Yayo may refer to:
- Slang for cocaine
- José Carlos Guridi, Argentine entertainer on the Argentine TV show Videomatch
- Santiago Luis Polanco Rodríguez (born 1961), cocaine dealer
- Yayo (illustrator) (born 1961), Colombian-born children's book illustrator and cartoonist
- Tony Yayo (born 1978), American rapper and member of the rap group G-Unit
- "Yayo" (Lana Del Rey song) a song by Lana Del Rey
- "Yayo" (Snootie Wild song) a song by Snootie Wild
- Yayo Aguila (born 1967), Filipina actress
"Yayo" is a song by American singer and songwriter Lana Del Rey. It appears on her first extended play, Kill Kill, her debut album, Lana Del Ray, and her third EP, Paradise. After the release of her third EP, the song charted in France. Before signing to a major record label, Del Rey released a self-produced music video for "Yayo". Ubiquitously, the song garnered acclaim, many reviewers saying the song was one of the best songs Del Rey has ever written and praising Del Rey's voice. Appearing on three of Del Rey's albums to date, the song is one of few that was authored solely by her. The original version of the song was released through 5 Point Records and produced by David Kahne, later being remastered by Emile Haynie and Dan Heath.
"Yayo" is a song by American rapper Snootie Wild, taken from his debut EP Go Mode as his debut single. The song was released on Heartland Entertainment. "Yayo" also features a guest appearance by Collective Music Group founder Yo Gotti and was produced by Krazy Figz. The song has since peaked at number 30 on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
Diego Herrera, known as Yayo, (born 1961) is a Colombian-born Canadian writer and illustrator living in Montreal.