Album features six new tracks
GRAMMY-nominated artist Lil Baby releases a new song and video, “All In,” from his upcoming deluxe version of the No. 1 charting album My Turn via Quality Control Music/Wolfpack Global/Motown Records. Topping the charts at number one on Billboard’s Top 200, the album has not left the Top 5 since its release.
“All In’ teases the upcoming deluxe version of the massive hit album My Turn, which has over a billion global streams in just a few weeks, pushing Lil Baby’s career streaming total to an incredible 13 billion+ global streams. Dropping on May 1st, the deluxe will feature a total of six new original tracks.
With 14 records simultaneously on the Billboard Hot 100, Lil Baby dominated the Billboard Songs ranking like few artists have before him, now tying Prince and Paul McCartney for Billboard Hot 100 hits in his young three-year career.
Lil Baby has been one of the most dominant names in rap since he started, and in the past year Baby has reached over 13 billion global streams, had five consecutive No. 1 songs at Urban radio (“Yes Indeed”, “Drip Too Hard” with Gunna, “Close Friends”, “Baby” with DaBaby, and “Woah”), won his first ever award at the BET Awards for Best New Artist, earned a GRAMMY nomination with “Drip Too Hard” for Best Rap/Sung Performance and had three Top 100 albums in 2019 alone. His single “Woah” from My Turn is RIAA certified double platinum and went No. 1 at urban radio – making it his fifth No. 1 in row, and “Sum 2 Prove” is RIAA certified platinum.
My Turn marks Baby’s first new project since 2018’s Street Gossip and, as Lil Baby said in a The New York Times feature, “Due to the fact that I haven’t dropped in a year — and the year that I didn’t drop was the year that I blew up — this is a whole different me. This a whoooole different everything.” With such a rapid rise and a relentless stream of hits, it’s clear that Lil Baby is one of the greatest modern success stories in hip hop.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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