Lil Baby The grammy-nominated rapper has seen a stupendous year following the arrival of the commended and diagram ruling collection. Today, My Turn went RIAA-affirmed twofold platinum, making him the solitary craftsman of 2020 to arrive at that mark. The collection is presently the #1 selling and #1 steaming collection in the US this year with 4 Billion streams to date. His list has arrived at 20 Billion streams universally and he was simply named Vevo's Top Performing Hip-Hop Artist of 2020. His ground-breaking fight hymn "The Bigger Picture" which is one of, if not the most significant tune of the year has reached #1 on Urban Radio, his seventh #1 in the configuration.
Not long ago, Lil Baby graced the front of Rolling Stone, tied Prince and Paul McCartney for Billboard Hot 100 hits, saw his February #1 arrival of My Turn re-visitation of the head of the Billboard 200 three months after the fact, and went through 5 weeks at #1 on the Billboard 200 collections outline (tying Taylor Swift for most weeks on the rundown in 2020). With such a fast ascent and a persevering stream of basic and business hits, obviously Lil Baby is one of the best and most significant examples of overcoming adversity in hip-bounce. At 25, he has been one of the most prevailing and widely praised names in rap since his first delivery in 2017, and with only 3 years of experience, it's unmistakable his run is a long way from being done.