Fresh off his feature on Fivio Foreign’s “Big Drip” Remix, Atlanta rap superstar Lil Baby teams up with Detroit, Michigan’s own 42 Dugg for the introspective and thankful “Grace” music video from his No. 1 album My Turn.
“Grace” finds the duo adapt to life outside of prison, going from penning lyrics while wearing orange jumpsuits to going to confession dripped out in bustdown timepieces and new chains. The video follows other singles like the Lil Wayne-assisted “Forever” and “Heatin Up” featuring Gunna. Baby speaks to a church congregation about his growth as both an artist and a man. “My mother, she happy now/ Ain’t no cap and gown, but I graduated/ Her house paid for, and that new Mercedes/ Know you see that they tryna be me lately/ I’m a heavy hitter like Gervonta Davis/ That shit ain’t gon’ save ‘em, leave ‘em on the pavement/ All I know is get this motherf*ckin’ paper,” he raps in his second verse.
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