Lil Baby has dropped off an accompanying music video for his Rylo Rodriguez-enlisted cut, “Forget That.”
Directed by Cricket, the visual sees the two rappers flashing their shiny jewelry, stacks of cash and fancy cars for fans to see. The pair is joined by several groups of women throughout the music video as they rap about the luxuries they can now afford. ‘My diamonds hit harder, I ain’t in no competition/Not to mention, just a lil’ bit richer, can’t forget that/Flew here, we got chartered,” the chorus hears.
“Forget That” appeared on Lil Baby’s February 2020 release, My Turn. His sophomore album opened at No. 1 and briefly held the title for longest-charting No. 1 album of 2020, dethroning The Weeknd with five nonconsecutive weeks. The album featured additional appearances from the likes of Young Thug, Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert and Future, plus production from DJ Paul, Hit-Boy, Murda Beatz, Tay Keith and Wheezy.
Watch Lil Baby and Rylo Rodriguez’s “Forget That” music video above.
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