It's fair to call Lil Baby one of the game's most popular new school rappers, his My Turn numbers proving anything but baby-esque. So much so that the Quality Control rapper was able to convincingly joke about demanding a five million dollar label raise. Suffice it to say, the man understands how to efficiently chase a bag -- is it really any surprised he doubled-down on his highly-popular My Turn album with the (inevitable) deluxe edition?
And what better way to kick things off than with a highly topical new song title, one that will likely prove highly relatable to millions of quarantining individuals. What won't share that relatability however is Baby's lavish lifestyle, which he flexes within the opening lines of "Social Distancing." "I told her to flyâ andâ she scared ofâ the virus, I sent her aâ private to get here," raps Baby, proving that he'd risk it all for the booty if it came down to it. "I made four hundred dollars off of each of these pounds, I ain't trippin', it's gon' be a good year." Gotta admire a man willing to take a glass-half-full approach.
Be sure to check out the melodic banger, produced by Chi Chi and Section 8, off My Turn's deluxe edition right here. On another note, how do you feel about deluxe editions in general -- are you enjoying this newly invigorated release trend?
I told her to flyâ
she scared ofâ
the virus, I sent her aâ
private to get here
I made four hundred dollars off of each of these pounds, I ain't trippin, it's gon' be a good year
Solomon trappin while I got my hands on the chopper, I'm keepin' my eyes in the rearview
I'm from Atlanta where they pay to triple cross n***s, they'll dap you up, then they'll kill you