On May 1, Lil Baby will re-release his latest album My Turn in Deluxe form, which will see six new tracks from the Atlanta star. To kick things off, he liberates a visual for the new track “All In,” which sees him flexing his success over Quay Global’s booming production:
“My mama been told me don’t give no poor performance, and whatever you gon’ do, just do it/
Never thought ‘bout doin’ music, I was tryna build my phone up, contact full of drug abusers/
Ridin’ around with that mask tryna figure out what my cousin doin’, prison with the Migos, found out they was sellin’ bricks/
Wish I woulda knew that s***, I woulda been lit, swear to God, since I was seventeen, I been hood rich/
I be at James Harden house, I’m all in Houston, in the mix, I’m talkin’ ‘bout spare time in New York, I buy floor seats to watch the Knicks/”
The visual sees Lil Baby in quarantine mode, getting his hair braided, cleaning his jewelry, showing off his luxury vehicles, and more within the confines of his estate. The Keemotion-directed clip can be added to an increase in in-home music videos while we all wait out the still-worsening Coronavirus epidemic.
My Turn was released back in February, and saw 20 tracks with appearances from everybody — Gunna, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Wayne, Young Thug, Moneybagg Yo, and more. The project ended up becoming Lil Baby’s first Billboard number one album, thanks to raking in just under 200,000 equivalent album units. This Friday’s Deluxe upgrade should have no problem adding to the original’s already impressive sales figures.
Until then, fans can check out the “All In” visual below. Hopefully, Lil Baby will reveal what the other new songs — and features — will be soon.