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Lil Baby Concert Shot Up Last Night In Greenville South Carolina – Video



Shootout Happened At Lil Baby Concert Last Night In Greenville SC

Lil Baby has been dropping music consistently over the past couple of months with ‘In A Minute’ serving as the radio song currently.

On Thursday night, he dropped the new song ‘Detox‘ with a music video. He’s now back with the announcement of his new album called It’s Only Me.

Unfortunately, Lil Baby concert got shot up last night in Greenville South Carolina. There are no much details on the incident. Prayers are up and we hope there aren’t much casualties. Here’s a video from the incident.

Baby rose to mainstream fame in 2017 following the release of his mixtape Perfect Timing. Lil Baby’s debut studio album Harder Than Ever (2018) was certified RIAA platinum and included the song “Yes Indeed” (with Drake), which peaked at six on the Billboard Hot 100.

He went on to release two more mixtapes in 2018, Drip Harder (with Gunna) and Street Gossip, the former containing his most popular song “Drip Too Hard”, which peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100, and the latter peaking at number two on the US Billboard 200.

Lil Baby’s second studio album, My Turn (2020), peaked at number one on the Billboard 200 and is certified three times platinum by the RIAA. In 2021, Lil Baby and Chicago rapper Lil Durk released the collaborative album The Voice of the Heroes, which became his second number one project on the Billboard 200.

The Atlanta rapper recently revealed the artwork for his new album called It’s Only Me, which has similar aesthetic to his sophomore album My Turn from 2020. This time it shows a Mount Rushmore kind of depiction with 4 stages of Lil Baby’s growth. Take a look below. The album will arrive on DSPs on October 14.


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