Lil Baby is back in album mode.
After the biggest year of his career, including the release of his chart-topping album, the Atlanta rapper has announced that he’s done with features and is returning to the studio to focus on his next album.
“It was fun while it lasted No More features from Lil Baby ,” tweeted Baby before adding the hashtag #albummode.
It was fun while it lasted No More features from Lil Baby #albummode
— Lil Baby (@lilbaby4PF) November 11, 2020
Released in February, his album My Turn debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and remained there for five weeks. In May, he dropped the deluxe edition with six additional tracks.
Baby remains one of the most in-demand rappers, collaborating with Davido, City Girls, T.I., and Monica. Even Kanye West said he wanted to work with him.
The year of Lil Baby continues. He was recently nominated for two American Music Awards and will perform “Emotionally Scarred” during the show on Nov. 22.