One of the best rappers of our time, Atlanta rapper Dominique Armani Jones, known professionally as Lil Baby, has shown how big his goals in his music career are, and he doesn’t even praise himself for what he does best.
Lil Baby released their second studio album ‘My Turn’ on February 28, 2020. The album was released by Capitol Records, Motown Records, Wolfpack Music Group, and Quality Control Music. The album consists of 20 songs and has received more than 1 billion streams on Spotify one year after the album was dropped.
During a recent interview with Complex, when the rapper clarified a tweet that showed he was in album mode in November, he made the difference from when he did ‘My Turn.’
Here’s what Lil Baby said:
“No difference. I just got more money. That’s it. I’m in the same headspace, as far as my recording process. I don’t feel like I’ve got to go harder than My Turn. When I’m recording, I have that same process as I did with My Turn.”
The 26-year-old rapper also showed off his humility and said he was just recording. He explained that he had just started rapping and did not consider himself to be a master in his craft, ever with his second studio album.
“I’m just recording. You know, I just started rapping. Now, it’s been my fourth year rapping, and I still don’t feel like I’ve mastered my craft, even with My Turn. So it’s not hard for me to go in a booth and make better songs than I had on My Turn, because I’m still in the learning process.”
On the other hand, he revealed that he wanted to drop another album in 2021. He added:
“For sure. I want to drop. There’s give and take on both sides: keep dropping or waiting. The only way I don’t drop an album in 2021 is if I drop a joint album, like a Drip Harder 2. Something like that.”
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