Lil Baby returned on Friday (June 21) to team up with ATL elder statesman Future on “Out the Mud.”
“I been riding around in rental cars, tryna lay low/ I’m a real Soulja Boy, I really play with Dracos/ Fuck the whole gang, I’m out the hood, then put ’em on a payroll/ Having flashbacks of hittin’ the red with the K-roll/ She just had a baby for me, so I paid to get her makeover,” Baby rhymes.
Hendrix then chimes in to float over the Quay Global production with a braggadocios assist, who has been behind some of Baby’s biggest career hits to date. “Street love n—a, street n—-s call me Pluto/ Really I’m a trap n—a, I can wrap a kilo/ Sippin’ sizzurp (Yeah), took me number one, no promo,” Future boasts.
Super passed the torch in a way, giving Lil Baby and Gunna the ultimate co-sign as the “GOATs of trap music” during an appearance on Big Boy’s Neighborhood at the top of the year. “I give it to Lil Baby. Lil Baby and Gunna,” he declared. “I already did what I did. I done been the Trap GOAT. I’m solidified. But right now, they them dudes. They the next dudes to get the new deal, the new money.”
Listen to “Out the Mud” below.