Lil Baby has shared a music video for his single “Pop Out,” which features Nardo Wick and is featured on his celebrated new album It’s Only Me.
In the visual, Baby puts on for his community and the state of Georgia, interacting with fans and supporting politicians like incumbent senator Raphael Warnock. Baby also shows off his glowing chains and bevy of cars, balancing his activism with a taste for the luxurious.
It’s another new visual for Baby, who also recently shared an accompanying video for “Stand On It.” In the cut, Baby and his crew show off their shining diamonds, luxury cars, and tricked out dirt bikes. Baby shows off his skills on the bike, which are almost as impressive as his work on the mic. He spits, “I’m tryna touch me a billi’, still hustle like I’m on zero/ Really done saved some n____s, that’s why they call me the hero/ Trappin’ like this s__t legal, I’m tryna uplift my people/ I used to serve in the regal, I turned ’em into believers.”
Primed to be one of the most culturally impactful releases across all categories this year, the 23-track album follows his seminal 2020 album My Turn, and features notable guest appearances from Future, Young Thug, Nardo Wick, Fridayy, Rylo Rodriguez, Jeremih, EST Gee, and Pooh Shiesty. It’s Only Me notably includes Baby’s RIAA certified Platinum hit “In A Minute,” that reached No.1 at Urban & Rhythmic radio.
Since his 2017 debut, the 27-year-old Atlanta icon has quickly established himself as one of the most renowned and critically-acclaimed names in music. Lil Baby has rightly earned an ever growing list of impressive achievements including BET’s Best New Artist, VEVO’s Top Performing Hip-Hop Artist of 2020, Rap Caviar MVP, Apple Music’s Global Artist of the Year, multiple Grammy nominations, a Grammy win for Best Melodic Rap Performance on “Hurricane,” and a MTV VMA win for Best Hip Hop for “Do We Have A Problem” with Nicki Minaj.