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    Grace Video Release

    On March 13, 2020, Lil Baby, the Grammy-nominated artist, dropped the music video for “Grace” featuring 42 Dugg. The video was directed by Jon J. Just recently, Lil Baby’s album, My Turn, reached the number one spot on Billboard’s Top 200 chart, selling 197,000 equivalent units. It’s a significant milestone for the Atlanta rap star, marking his first #1 album.

    LIL BABY currently has 14 records simultaneously on The Billboard Hot 100. Lil Baby is now the most-represented artist on the chart. By dominating the Billboard songs ranking like few artists have before him, Lil Baby now ties with Prince and Paul McCartney for Billboard Hot 100 hits in his young 3-year career.
    Rolling Stone said “Fresh production ideas inject life into the album. In the video like on “Grace,” which evokes the sensation of ultra-slow motion.” The video for “Grace” also features Detroit native 42 Dugg, who is signed to Lil Baby’s own label 4PF in collaboration with Yo Gotti’s CMG label.
    Lil Baby celebrated his Friday, February 28, album release by pulling up into Atlanta’s West End Mall for asurprise pop-up, and the people’s champion gave out CDs, signed autographs and took pictures with fans. “Shout out to Atlanta. I appreciate everyone that’s been with me the whole time,” Baby told his fans. “Atlanta, I appreciate y’all for rockin’ with me.”

    “My Turn” Scholarship

    Later the same week, Lil Baby – with the support of Amazon Music, Quality Control, Wolfpack Global and Motown Records – announced the “My Turn” Scholarship fund today. The scholarship will be awarded to a select group of students to Lil Baby’s former high school Booker T. Washington – established in 1924 as the first public high school for African Americans in the state of Georgia and the Atlanta Public School system – who have displayed excellence in leadership and in the classroom. The scholarship will be given out annually starting in 2020.


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