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Monday, March 16, 2020

Lil Baby - "Grace (w. 42 Dugg)" [Hip-Hop]

Grace (w. 42 Dugg)

"Grace (w. 42 Dugg)" music video by Lil Baby
Added: 16-03-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Lil Baby & 42 Dugg - Grace (Official Video)

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Music video by Lil Baby, 42 Dugg performing Grace. © 2020 Quality Control Music, LLC, under exclusive license to UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Charismatic, confident Atlanta-bred rapper Lil Baby quickly rose to fame after he launched his career in 2017. Following a series of mixtapes, his popularity exploded with the release of the 2018 full-length Harder Than Ever, which included the Drake-featuring hit "Yes Indeed." That same year, Drip Harder, a collaborative mixtape with Gunna, pushed Lil Baby's fame even further.

As his mixtape attracted more listeners, Lil Baby worked constantly on new music, releasing singles like "My Dawg" and the Young Thug collaboration "Pink Slip" in the summer of 2017. Other 2017 releases included Harder Than Hard, 2 the Hard Way (with Marlo), and Too Hard. Lil Baby's debut studio album, Harder Than Ever, appeared in May of 2018. Featuring guest appearances from Drake, Offset, Lil Uzi Vert, and others, the release entered the Billboard 200 album chart at number three. The rapper's success continued with Drip Harder, a collaborative mixtape with Gunna that was released that October and reached number four on the Billboard 200. Yet another mixtape, Street Gossip, appeared in November of 2018. 2019 saw Lil Baby starring in the film How High 2 and releasing a handful of singles including the Future collaboration "Out the Mud." His second studio album, My Turn, was slated for a February 2020 release, and was preceded by the release of singles "Woah" in late 2019 and "Sum 2 Prove" in January of 2020.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Lil Baby

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