“‘It’s Only Me’ 10-14-22,” Baby wrote on the social media platform under the official artwork. “I Kno Its Been Along Time Coming But I’m Coming Harder And Harder.” Evidently inspired by Mount Rushmore, the album cover features an illustration of Lil Baby’s various life stages carved into a mountain located above a waterfall and serene lake.
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It’s Only Me will follow Baby’s last studio album, My Turn, which was released in February 2020 and has since earned quadruple platinum certification from the RIAA. Additionally, the album became the longest-running effort to remain in the Top 10 of Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart in March. Last year, the rapper dropped a collaborative record with Lil Durk, dubbed The Voice of the Heroes, which featured 18 tracks.
In tandem with the album announcement, the chart-topper dropped off the record’s lead single, “Detox,” alongside a music video featuring shots of Baby boxing, teaching yoga and flexing his business prowess.
Look out for Lil Baby’s It’s Only Me on October 14, and watch the official “Detox” visual below.
Elsewhere in music, Nicki Minaj has dropped off the official “Super Freaky Girl” music video.