2019 might’ve been a feature stacked year for Lil Baby, but his fans have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of his follow-up album to his freshman album Harder Than Ever. After the first look of the track list for My Turn, the features are impressive.
Getting support from some of the hottest names in rap such as Gunna, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Wayne, Moneybagg Yo, and Young Thug, this track list would excite any hip hop fan.
- “Get Ugly”
- “Heatin Up” feat. Gunna
- “Grace” feat. 42 Dugg
- “Live Off My Closet” feat. Future
- “Same Thing”
- “Emotionally Scarred”
- “Commercial” feat. Lil Uzi Vert
- “Forever” feat. Lil Wayne
- “Can’t Explain”
- “No Sucker” feat. Moneybagg Yo
- “Sum 2 Prove”
- “We Should” feat. Young Thug
- “Catch the Sun”
- “Gang Signs”
- “Forget That” feat. Rylo Rodriguez
Our Top Three Tracks
1. Get Ugly
An intro track has a job to do – keep the fans hooked to hear the rest of the album. With an enticing beat produced by ATL Jacob, Lil Baby puts a confident foot forward explaining his accomplishments and everything he’s been through. While this is a repetitive trend for Lil Baby’s intro tracks – can you blame him? His growth over recent years has been spectacular and undeniable.
One of the most ear-catching verses from the track is:
I’m in a sprinter van with them Dracos
Probably ridin’ around with Starlito
In October 2019, when Lil Baby originally started spreading the word he was gearing up to drop his sophomore album, he performed in Nashville, Tennessee. He brought out Starlito during his performance at Breakaway Music Festival.
Nashvillians went absolutely wild cheering for the beloved town icon – and had everyone wondering, when will Lil Baby x Starlito be dropping a track or project? There’s definitely a crowd waiting eagerly on it.
2. Commercial (feat. Lil Uzi Vert)
Produced by Tay Keith (guaranteed fire), Lil Baby had previously teased this track prior to the album’s release. After stating that the track would never be released, everyone is stoked to have it availabile for streaming and listening. To pull on our heart strings a little more – you can tell that Uzi’s verse was recorded within the previous month as there is a noticeable honor to Kobe.
I turned eight million right until I’m a quarterback
Spent a million like I’m tryna bring Kobe back (24, woo)
3. Forever (feat. Lil Wayne)
On Forever, Lil Baby recruits rap legend Lil Wayne to have a back and forth conversation focused on their loyalty to their roots and how they will always stay true to their roots no matter what.
Overall, the album is one any avid rap fan should get familiar with. We’d definitely recommend checking out the full project. My Turn is now available for streaming on all major platforms.