Lil Baby Reveals 'Street Gossip' Cover-Art & Release Date

His anticipated new project is coming soon.

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Last month, Lil Baby revealed plans to drop a new studio album titled Street Gossip. The Atlanta superstar took to Twitter to announce the coming of Street Gossip, sharing his intentions to drop the LP in November. Now, Lil Baby has taken to social media once more to share Street Gossip‘s official cover-art and release date.

Street Gossip November 30 !! I’m Ready,” Lil Baby posted to an Instagram post involving Street Gossip‘s artwork. However, he didn’t share any additional details concerning his upcoming album.

Lil Baby’s last major full-length release was his recently-dropped Drip Harder collaboration with Gunna. A few weeks ago, he also hopped on Lil Yachty’s Nuthin’ 2 Prove project.

You can check out the cover-art for Lil Baby’s new Street Gossip project below, while the album itself is scheduled to arrive on at the end of this month on November 30.

 

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