The two count up their respective stacks while rolling with a large entourage before debating where to keep rolling in the Caleb Jermale-directed video. Before wrapping his lyric about being impatient, someone discusses shooting one more scene, to which Lil Baby nonchalantly replies, "We finna shoot it right here."
The 26-year-old rapper is showing no signs of slowing down, as his new single joins the other two loosies, "On Me" and "Errbody," he dropped following his ultra-successful run with My Turn. His sophomore album My Turn was declared the most popular album and most-streamed album of 2020 in the U.S., according to MRC Data. It also earned the rapper his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200, where it logged five nonconsecutive weeks at the peak.
Lil Baby Is Ready to Embrace His New 'Beginning' As Rap's Leading SuperstarEST Gee recently linked up with fellow Louisiana MC Jack Harlow on the music video for their hometown anthem "Route 66" from the latter's debut album Thats What They Say, where Lil Baby is also listed as a featured artist for "Face of My City." Lil Baby and Harlow will face off against each other in the first's Atlanta hometown for a star-studded two-on-two game of hoops set for this Saturday during All-Star Weekend, with Quavo teaming up with Harlow and 2 Chainz backing up Lil Baby.