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Press on Lil Baby:

“...the king of his class, a rapper by whom all other emcees are measured.” - BILLBOARD


“he’s a superstar who’s streaming in the billions and helping to shape a new vision for America” - ROLLING STONE


“one of hip-hop’s few current reliable superstars, and also the most effective mainstreamer of the eccentric melodic style that flooded Atlanta in the 2010s.” - THE NEW YORK TIMES


"Lil Baby continues to rise the ranks among rap’s elite" – COMPLEX


08 APRIL 2022 (TORONTO, ON) - The game is about to change again. Always one to make an entrance, GRAMMY® Award-winning chart-dominating multiplatinum force of nature Lil Baby returns with two new records today entitled “Right On” and “In A Minute” via Quality Control Music Group/Wolfpack Global Music/Motown Records/Universal Music Canada, the country's leading music company. He also unleashes music videos to accompany each respective track. Listen to “Right On” HERE and watch the music video HERE. Listen to “In A Minute” HERE and watch the music video HERE.


Following a series of mega chart-topping collaborations, these two songs mark his first new solo music of 2022. During “Right On, he rips through bars with infectious intensity, tearing up the orchestral production and punchy 808s. Affirming his place in the culture, he promises, “I ain’t about that fake shit, I’d rather keep it real, as he urges, “Tell the police I don’t do nothing, I been selling these songs.” In many ways, one statement sums it up, “I’m way better than last time. This confidence and charisma carry over to the music video where he cruises in the Rolls Royce in the very same neighborhood of Oakland City, Atlanta, GA where he grew up.  He mentions at the beginning of the track and raps from the backseat before turning up in a parking lot as fleet of luxury cars surround him.


Then, there’s the introspective and incisive “In A Minute. Ominous piano and airy harmonies brush up against his intense delivery as he declares, “I’m in a different league. I’m tired of showing what I can get done, what you gonna do for me?” accompanied with a cinematic visual.


Just last week, he notably picked up his very first GRAMMY® Award in the category of “Best Melodic Rap Performance” for “Hurricane” with Kanye West and The Weeknd.

His groundbreaking album “My Turn,” is now 4x platinum and According to Billboard, the 2020 studio album 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. 


Stay tuned for more from Lil Baby.



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 multiplatinum 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. He notably tied Prince and Paul McCartney for Billboard Hot 100 hits and Taylor Swift for “most weeks atop the Billboard Top 200 in 2020” with a total of 6. Out of eight nominations, he scored his first GRAMMY® Award in 2022. He has appeared on the covers of Rolling Stone and the BillboardR&B/Hip-Hop Power Players Issue in addition to receiving honors from VEVO, Rap Caviar, the Apple Music Awards, and more. He teamed up with Lil Durk for The Voice of the Heroes, marking his second #1 debut on the Billboard Top 200. It’s just the beginning though. He’s bound to revolutionize the culture again with his third album in 2022. This generation belongs to Lil Baby.


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