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Lil Baby
Protests and growing national outcry continuesOver the death of George FloydLast night, people protesting in Minneapolis escalatedAs demonstrators were lashed by tear gas and rubber bulletsThe main message here, the main message here, the main message hereIs that they want to see those officers involvedThey want to see those officers arrestedOfficers arrested(I can’t breathe, I can’t breathe)
Trade my 4 x 4 for a G63, ain’t no more free Lil SteveI gave ’em chance and chance and chance againI even done told them pleaseI find it crazy the police’ll shoot you and know that you deadBut still tell you to freezeFucked up, I seen what I seenI guess that mean hold him down if he say he can’t breathe
It’s too many mothers that’s grievingThey killing us for no reasonBeen going on for too long to get evenThrow us in cages like dogs and hyenasI went to court and they sent me to prisonMy mama was crushed when they said I can’t leaveFirst I was drunk, then I sobered up quickWhen I heard all that time that they gave to TaleebHe got a life sentence plus
We just some products of our environmentHow the fuck they gon’ blame us?You can’t fight fire with fireI know, but at least we can turn up the flames someEvery colored person ain’t dumb and all whites not racistI be judging by the mind and heart, I ain’t really into facesFucked up, the way that we livin’ is not getting betterYou gotta know how to surviveCrazy, I had to tell all of my loved onesTo carry a gun when they going outside
Stare in the mirror whenever you driveOverprotective, go crazy for mineYou gotta pay attention to the signsSeem like the blind following the blindThinking ’bout everything that’s going onI boost security up at my homeI’m with my kind if they right or they wrongI call him now, he’ll pick up the phoneAnd it’s five in the morning, he waking up on itTell ’em wherever I’m at, then they comin’I see blue lights, I get scared and start runnin’That shit be crazy, they ‘posed to protect us
Throw us in handcuffs and arrest usWhile they go home at night, that shit messed upKnowing we needed help, they neglect usWondering who gon’ make them respect usI can see in your eye that you fed upFuck around, got my shot, I won’t let upThey know that we a problem togetherThey know that we can storm any weather
It’s bigger than black and whiteIt’s a problem with the whole way of lifeIt can’t change overnightBut we gotta start somewhereMight as well gon’ ‘head start hereWe done had a hell of a yearI’ma make it count while I’m hereGod is the only man I fear
Fuck it, I’m goin’ on the front lineHe gon’ bust your ass if you come past that gun lineYou know when the storm go away, then the sun shineYou gotta put your head in the game when it’s crunch timeI want all my sons to grow up to be monstersI want all my daughters to show out in publicSeems like we losing our countryBut we gotta stand up for something, so this what it comes to
Every video I see on my conscienceI got power, now I gotta say somethin’Corrupted police been the problem where I’m fromBut I’d be lying if I said it was all of themI ain’t do this for the trend, I don’t follow themAltercations with the law, had a lot of themPeople speaking for the people, I’m proud of themStick together, we can get it up out of them
I can’t lie like I don’t rap about killing and dopeBut I’m telling my youngins to voteI did what I did ’cause I didn’t have no choice or no hopeI was forced to just jump in and goThis bullshit is all that we know, but it’s time for a changeGot time to be serious, no time for no gamesWe ain’t takin’ no more, let us go from them chainsGod bless they souls, every one of them names
It’s bigger than black and whiteIt’s a problem with the whole way of lifeIt can’t change overnightBut we gotta start somewhereMight as well gon’ ‘head start hereWe done had a hell of a yearI’ma make it count while I’m hereGod is the only man I fear
They trainin’ officers to kill usThen shootin’ protestors with these rubber bulletsThey regular people, I know that they feel itThese scars too deep to heal usWhat happened to COVID? Nobody rememberIt ain’t makin’ sense, I’m just here to ventIt happen to one of your people, it’s differentWe get it, the system is wicked, just learn how to pick it
Knowledge is power, I swear I’m a witness, I know that I’m giftedI won’t go too deep ’cause I’m scared they’ll get meAin’t scared to admit it, some shit I can’t mentionIt’s people who can, well, here’s the chanceI won’t take the stand, but I’ll take a stand for what I believeMust not be breathing the air that I breatheYou know that the way that I bleed, you can bleed
I never been a fan of policeBut my neighborhood know I try to keep peaceSo it’s only right that I get in the streetsMarch for a reason, not just on GPOur people died for us to be freeFuck do you mean? This was a dreamNow we got the power that we need to haveThey don’t want us with it and that’s why they mad, yeah
It’s bigger than black and whiteIt’s a problem with the whole way of lifeIt can’t change overnightBut we gotta start somewhereMight as well gon’ ‘head start hereWe done had a hell of a yearI’ma make it count while I’m hereGod is the only man I fear
It’s bigger than black and whiteIt’s a problem with the whole way of lifeIt can’t change overnightBut we gotta start somewhereMight as well gon’ ‘head start hereWe done had a hell of a yearI’ma make it count while I’m hereGod is the only man I fear

Lil Baby

Is A New Generation Of Rapper With An Old School Sound And Hip Hop Roots

The rapper born Dominique Armani-Jones is quickly becoming one of hip hop’s most exciting young stars. His debut album, Drip Harder, dropped earlier this month, and it features collaborations with artists like 21 Savage, Young Thug, Offset, Quavo, Playboi Carti, and more. He’s already gained over 2 million followers on Instagram and racked up millions of streams on Spotify and Apple Music.

He’s just 22 years old, but he’s been rapping since he was 13. Born in Miami, Florida, his family moved to Houston when he was three months old. He grew up listening to classic rap albums like NWA’s Straight Outta Compton and Tupac Shakur’s All Eyez On Me. But he didn’t start making music himself until later in high school. At 17, he joined a local group called the Yung Bergz, where he met fellow rappers Offset and Playboi Carti. They became friends and eventually formed the trio Migos.

In 2016, while still attending college, the group signed with Quality Control Management, a label owned by Kanye West and Chance the Rapper. Their self-titled mixtape was released in 2017, and it went platinum within weeks. It featured hits like “Bad & Boujee” and “Fight Night,” which peaked at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. The group also appeared on XXL magazine’s Freshmen Class cover.

Early life

In an interview with CNN, Jones said that he grew up poor in Oakland, California. His parents divorced when he was 2 years old, and his father left the family soon thereafter. As a child, he had no contact with his father. He began selling drugs at age 12, and got into trouble again when he was 14. At 15, he was sent to live with his grandmother. She took care of him while she worked. When she died, he was forced to move back in with his mother.

He spent much of his teenage years in jail, mostly for drug offenses. He was convicted of felony possession of marijuana with intent sell it in 2010, and was sentenced to two years in prison. Three months later, he was arrested for misdemeanor possession of marijuana, and given another six-month sentence. In 2011, he was arrested for felony possession of cocaine, and was given three years probation. Two weeks later, he was arrested again for misdemeanor possession of marijuana and cocaine, and received another six-month sentence.

Career

Beginnings & ‘Harder Than Ever’ Album Release Date Revealed”

At 17 Years Old, Lil Baby Is Now A Major Rapper On His Way To Success

Lil Baby, born Darnell Savage Jr., grew up in Stone Mountain, Georgia. He attended high school at South Paulding High School where he played basketball and football. In 2017, he joined the hip hop group 7Gz, along with fellow artists Yung Berg, Travi$ Scott, and Zaytoven. They released their debut project, titled, in July 2017.

In November 2017, Coach K signed Lil Baby to his record label, Quality Control Records. The following month, Lil Baby announced his debut mixtape, titled, via Instagram. The tape was released in February 2018. It peaked at number three on the Billboard 200 chart.

Baby followed it up with his major label debut album,, in June 2018. It debuted at number three and spawned four singles: “Welcome 2 My Hood”, “Trap House”, “I’m On One” and “Mama Said Knock You Out”.

The album sold over 70,000 copies in its opening week, and became Lil Baby’s highest-charting release to date. It has since been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

2018–2019: Drip Harder and Street Gossip

Lil Baby dropped his debut mixtape Harder Than Ever on Oct. 5, 2018. The project included collaborations with artists such as Young Thug, Offset, Playboi Carti, Quavo, Yo Gotti, and others.

In September 2018, Baby appeared in the Adult Swim television show FishCenter Live. Later that month, he released his mixtapes 17 and 17.1.

On Nov. 8, 2019, Lil Baby released his second studio album titled My Turn. Its lead single, “Woah,” debuted at number 15 on Billboards Hot 100 chart.

2020–present: My Turn and The Voice of the Heroes

Lil Baby’s debut solo project, My Turn, arrived on February 28, 2020. The album debuted atop the Billboard 200 chart, becoming Lil Baby’s third consecutive album to reach number one. The album stayed there for three weeks, and became the longest-running number-one album since Post Malone’s Beerbongs & Bentleys in 2018.

On April 17, 2020, Lil Baby announced he had signed with Atlantic Records. He later revealed that he had been working with DJ Khaled since November 2019. His next release, The Voice of the Heroes, features guest appearances from Young Thug, Gunna, Travis Scott, YG, and others.

Personal life

In August 2017, Jones began dating model and entrepreneur JaydaCheaves, who appeared in the music video for his single “”. They broke up in October 2018.

Jones had a son, named Jaden Michael, born in April 2016. He has another child, a daughter, named Destiny, born in January 2020.

On June 25, 2019, Jones visited the WhiteHousealong with the family ofGeorgeFloydon the anniversaryof Floydsmurder. On July 24, he attended the BET Awards where he performed “”, alongside artists like Kendrick Lamar, Travis Scott, Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, Chance the Rapper, Cardi B, Big Sean, Nicki Minaj, Snoop Dogg, Post Malone, Future, and many others.

Legal issues

On July 7, 2021, following a night out with NBA star James Harden, singer Iggy Azalea was arrested on a drug charges by police in the 8e arrondissement of the French capital. She was charged with possession of cannabis resin and cocaine. The rapper had been partying with Harden, who was pulled over by cops while driving his Mercedes Benz G63 AMG SUV. While being questioned by police, Harden told officers he didn’t know what was inside the vehicle. He was later released without charge.

Azalea was taken into custody and placed under house arrest for one month. After her release, she posted bail and was required to wear an ankle monitor. Her lawyer argued that it was impossible for her to have smoked anything because she hadn’t left her home since the incident occurred. However, the judge ruled against the defense and ordered her to pay fines of €1,500 ($1,700).

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