Lil Baby is gearing up to take over the fall. The “Yes, Indeed” rapper took to social media to drop his album cover art and release date.
Quality Control’s Lil Baby cannot be stopped.
From dropping his anticipated documentary that took social media by storm to finishing up a tour with R&B star Chris Brown and meeting with state officials for campaigns, there is nothing Baby can’t do.
The “Drip Too Hard” rapper is ready to take over the fall.
He took to social media to drop his upcoming album’s visuals and release date.
The album It’s Only Me is set to be released on October 14th.
The cover art theme hints at the historical statue of Mount Rushmore with various faces of Lil Baby at different stages of his life.
The bottom of the art shows the Atlanta rapper sitting beside water on a rock with two goats standing beside him.
GOAT is a common term used in the industry for “Greatest of All Time,” indicating that the “Yes Indeed” rapper is declaring the title.
Quality Control CEO Pierre Thomas posted the visuals with the hashtag #Anotherclassicalbum and fans can hardly wait.
The Bigger Picture
Lil Baby has now stepped out of the realm of music and met with Georgia’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Stacey Abrams.
Baby and Abrams met to discuss his questions about state laws and regulations.