Baby kicked off the track sitting in a leather chair as a therapist in a mask jotted down notes and he dropped bars. “I’m emotionally scarred, that ain’t even your fault,” he rapped, surrounded by flaming rocks. “But don’t listen to them haters tryna fill your ears with salt.”
The record, released at the beginning of the year, marks the Atlanta rapper’s second album, after 2018’s Harder Than Ever. It featured appearances by Lil Uzi Vert (“Commercial”), Lil Wayne (“Forever”), Young Thug (“We Should”), Future (“Live Off My Closet”), and more.
"PROTECT YOUR MENTAL HEALTH"
— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) November 23, 2020
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