Lil Baby Preps the Release of His 'My Turn' Album By Performing "Woah" on 'Fallon'

His first major release of 2020 is coming soon.

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Early last December, Lil Baby premiered his dance moves and love of luxury foreign cars in his “Woah” music video. The Atlanta rapper teamed up with director Edgar Esteves to introduce his sophomore album My Turn to the masses and while a release date hasn’t been announced just yet, it should be right around the corner.

Baby appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to revisit the track featuring a full ensemble of background dancers and his accompanying visual projected in the background. My Turn will follow his debut studio album Harder Than Ever, a project that earned him the No. 3 spot on the Billboard charts and was certified Gold after only a handful of months. After a co-sign by Drake and features from stars like Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, Gunna and more, the offering solidified Lil Baby has one of Atlanta’s most sought after young talents.

Watch the video above in which Lil Baby was greeted by a standing ovation following his performance. You can also listen to his appearance on Travis Scott’s JACKBOYS project, featured on the “HIGHEST IN THE ROOM” Remix alongside Rosalía as well as the MoneyBagg Yo single “U Played.”

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