It’s an inspiring tune, with Lil Baby rapping “You can follow baby won’t lead you wrong, Bro I ain’t gon never fail you.”
The video is fascinating too, with the main man in a car, an office, and what looks like an underground garage. Nardo Wick shows up in the dark with a sinister-looking masked man. Compelling stuff!
According to the press release, “Some artists define a genre, but Lil Baby defines a generation. The GRAMMY Award-winning rapper has smashed records, made history, and impacted the course of modern hip-hop with his instantly identifiable and inimitable style. He has garnered dozens of multi platinum certifications and tens of billions of streams as arguably the biggest new rapper to emerge this decade. Following the success of his platinum full-length debut Harder Than Ever in 2018, he seized #1 on the Billboard Top 200 with 2020’s My Turn, becoming ‘the year’s #1 selling and #1 streaming album in the US.’ At first, it cemented him as 2020’s’ first and only artist to go double-platinum,’ but it has since gone quadruple-platinum and has logged 85 weeks in the top 10 of the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart – marking the longest top-tier run in the chart’s history.”
Lil Baby Pops Out: Lil Baby’s “Pop Out” feat. Nardo Wick is out now.
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