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Rumored Drake Feature on Lil Baby’s Next Album

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American rapper, trapper, and songwriter, Dominique Armani Jones, popularly known as ‘Lil Baby,’ has been rumored to have a Drizzy collaboration in the vault, for his upcoming third studio album in July.

Pictures surfacing on the internet of the Atlanta trapper and the Canadian rapper have fueled the rumors of the frequent collaborators coming together for one more dance to the top of the Billboard charts.

While he normally freestyles his rhymes, when it comes to Drake, he takes his time. “But with Drake, it’s like, I be trying to think about it,” he said.

“And that’s what makes it harder for me, ’cause like, I’m thinking. When I don’t even think, I just rap. ‘Cause it’s Drake, I get kind of like, damn!”

Baby also revealed that he plans to approach his next album differently. “Like, every song, I’m writing it! So it’s gonna be like more detailed,” he said.

“So now I freestyle, only the top of my brain come out. So now I’ll dig into it one time. It’s time for me to have a serious album.”

Both artists had previously teamed up for 2018’s ‘Yes Indeed,’ , last year’s #2 hit, ‘Wants and Needs,‘ and most recently on Drake’s ‘Certified Lover Boy,’ on the track ‘Girls want Girls.’

Baby earlier, took to Twitter to announce the forthcoming full-length project by tweeting “7/?/22,” and “It’s Gone Be A Nastyyyyy Summer” earlier this March.

The Grammy winner’s last solo studio album dates back to 2020’s My Turn, which debuted at No. 1 and earned two Grammy nominations. Last year, he teamed up with Lil Durk for the collaborative effort The Voice of the Heroes, which also debuted at No. 1, and most recently impressed on British singer, Ed Sheeran’s ‘2Step’ from his 2021 album, Equals.

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