Young M.A + Fivio Foreign’s ‘Hello Baby’ Video Drops Friday

New York rappers Young M.A and Fivio Foreign are gearing up for a memorable Friday. The duo have announced plans to drop their “Hello Baby” music video in the coming hours.

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Young M.A + Fivio Foreign’s ‘Hello Baby’ Music Video

M.A went to her Instagram page to get fans hyped about the new visual anthem. Barring any setbacks, the visual will drop Friday afternoon.

“Hello Baby! New vid wit @fivioforeign_8fs drops tomorrow at 12pm EST…hit the link in bio for the premiere #offtheyak #hellobaby”

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Young M.A + Fivio Foreign’s ‘Hello Baby’ music video drops tomorrow.

Young M.A Celebrates Hitting Milestone

The Brooklyn native recently shared a snapshot of her accomplishment. Along with crediting fans for getting her “Off the Yak” music video to 10 million in just 60 days, M.A promised to drop a music pack in the coming weeks.

“Thank you for 10Ms MAB! Love y’all like cooked food! Let’s keep going up! Project droppin early May ?? #OFFTHEYAK”

Young M.A Kills The Beat On ‘Beatbox’

Earlier this year, Young M.A dropped a video for “Oooouuuvie,” her freestyle over rapper CJ‘s “Whoopty” beat. Days later, she took on SpottemGottem‘s “Beatbox,” adding her bars to a list of hip-hop heavyweights like DaBaby and Lil Yachty who have recently made their own “Beatbox” freestyles.

“F*ck a Grammy, I got the streets watching / And for my bro I’ll wear that red until I’m dead / I know that he watching”

The platinum-selling artist sticks to her go-to guns-and-girls material, but M.A remains clever and creative as usual.

“That’s my ex-b*tch ’cause she toxic / Got this new b*tch, now we toxic / Can’t cap: I be toxic”

‘Whoopty’ Freestyle Includes Message To Fans

During her “Whoopty” freestyle, Young M.A apologized for not putting out more music, but also hinted that a new mixtape or album is coming soon. Her first album came out in 2019 and peaked at No. 16 on the Billboard charts.

“Sorry for the wait / When I drop this tape / I swear it’s like serving ’em Blue Dream”