/  02.28.2020

Two years since the release of his big label debut Harder Than Ever, Lil Baby has become one of the top rappers of his generation, following in the footsteps of Atlanta peers like Young Thug and Migos. Now, the Quality Control artist looks to take things to the next level via his new sophomore studio LP My Turn, which follows the success of the high charting singles “Woah,” “Sum 2 Prove,” and the Queen & Slim soundtrack cut “Catch The Sun.” My Turn also sees additional contributions from Gunna, Future, Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo and 42 Dugg.

During an Instagram Live session last year, Lil Baby explained the meaning behind the album title:

“I called it My Turn ’cause I feel like everybody else had a lil’ turn. It’s my turn now. Everybody dropped their mixtapes, their albums…” 

2018’s Harder Than Ever earned Lil Baby a top five spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart, along with a Gold plague. That same year, he also delivered a Drip Harder, a collaborative project with Gunna, and the mixtape Street Gossip.

Press play on the new album below, available on all major streaming platforms. Also included is a new visual for the Gunna-assisted “Heatin Up,” which fans can expect to hear as the weather continues to warm up.

  1. ”Get Ugly”
  2. ”Heatin Up” Feat. Gunna
  3. ”How”
  4. ”Grace” Feat. 42 Dugg
  5. ”Woah”
  6. ”Live Off My Closet” Feat. Future
  7. ”Same Thing”
  8. ”Emotionally Scarred”
  9. ”Commercial” Feat. Lil Uzi Vert
  10. ”Forever” Feat. Lil Wayne
  11. ”Can’t Explain”
  12. ”No Sucker” Feat. Moneybagg Yo
  13. ”Sum 2 Prove”
  14. ”We Should” Feat. Young Thug
  15. ”Catch the Sun”
  16. ”Consistent”
  17. ”Gang Signs”
  18. ”Hurtin”
  19. ”Forget That” Feat. Rylo Rodriguez
  20. ”Solid”


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