Fresh from her first Grammy win, Lil Baby returns this year with her first solo music of the year.
After working with Nicki Minaj on “Do We Have a Problem?” and “Bussin,” the Atlanta rapper released a pair of tracks, “Right On” and “In a Minute.”
In “Right On,” he shows off his confident flow into orchestral production. “I’m not about that fake shit, I’d rather keep it real,” he raps, “I put my sh*t together / I’m so much better than last time.”
In the video shared, Baby drives around his neighborhood in Oakland City, Atlanta, in a white Rolls-Royce and is pulled into a parking lot surrounded by a fleet of expensive cars.
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Introspective “In a Minute” shows another side. “I’m in a different league / I’m tired of showing what I can do, what you’re going to do for me?” he raps in the video as he flies in a private jet.
Just last week, Baby took home his first Grammy for Best Melodic Rap Performance for “Hurricane” with Kanye West and The Weeknd.
In February, he was teasing a new album, his first album since My Turn in 2020. “Album Almost Done New Music Otw Tho,” he told fans. “It’s been a bad summer gone.”
Lil Baby Teases That New Music Is on the Way: ‘This Summer Mines’
Lil Baby is making fun of a triumphant turn.
Lil Baby, whom Complex called the best rapper of 2020, had shared with his followers on Instagram and Twitter with some cryptic messages about what looked like potential new music, and now seems to be hoping that title will reappear for 2022.
“It’s Gone Be A Nastyyyyy Summer,” Baby wrote on Monday morning, adding via additional tweets that it’s “my turn again” and that he plans to “drop a video every few weeks until [exploding head emojis].”