After dropping off his single “Woah” last month, Lil Baby has followed up to share the official video for the track. Directed by Edgar Esteves, the visual sees the rapper and friends hit a parking lot to show off their luxury rides, all the while surrounded by fans and kids who take their turn hitting the “Woah” dance.
The song and video marks the first from Lil Baby’s forthcoming sophomore album, which is expected to arrive in the coming weeks. The clip takes cues from the Fast & Furious films, or at least street car culture: in between the clips of the dancing crowd, Lil Baby is challenged to a street race. By accepting the challenge, the rapper puts it all on the line. Of course, the video is kept light-hearted, emphasizing the song’s signature dance and a party atmosphere more than the racing storyline, though it does show a series of cars drifting around Lil Baby himself.
Perhaps in part to the overwhelming popularity of “Woah,” fellow musicians have turned to Lil Baby for a variety of recent features. These include singles like Bankroll Freddie’s “Drip Like Dis” and Young Scooter’s “Petty.” He was also featured on Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding album, which was released in September.
Elsewhere, Lil Baby shared the video for his track “Back On” in October.