My Turn | Lil Baby

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My Turn

My Turn is the second studio album by American rapper Lil Baby. It was released on February 28, 2020 by Capitol Records, Motown, Wolfpack Music Group, and Quality Control Music. The album features guest appearances from Gunna, 42 Dugg, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Wayne, Moneybagg Yo, Young Thug, and Rylo Rodriguez. The album was supported by two singles, "Woah" and "Sum 2 Prove".-Wikipedia

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  • Rolling Stone

    With its hourlong runtime, My Turn has a lot of filler. But Baby’s filler is premium grade. While most rappers dream of making one song with potential to get radio play, Baby makes radio songs in his sleep. My Turn is packed with them, to the point that they start to blur together. It’s an album that exhibits both his floor and his ceiling, as well as his likely position as a staple of Atlanta rap for years to come.  

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  • All Music

    His charismatic delivery, unexpected hooks, and a versatile flow all came into their own on Drip Harder, a 2018 mixtape made in collaboration with fellow Atlanta artist Gunna. Lil Baby doubles down on all of the attributes that made him a star on second studio album My Turn and presents them all in songs marked by heightened production and a sound that inches ever so slightly closer to pop accessibility.  

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  • Pitchfork

    The Atlanta rapper tries to tell the story of his rise to fame on his guest star-packed new album, but the music is all work and no inspiration.  

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  • NME

    His second studio album, ‘My Turn’, is a 20-track stream-athon. Things start off a little slow and dreary: Lil Baby’s known for an auto-tuned baritone that cruises over trap beats, but the Atlantan sounds washed out on the first couple of songs.  

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  • Uproxx

    With My Turn, he proves that designation apt, while leaving plenty of room to grow as an artist. He makes strides as both a rapper and a songwriter, continues to display the same compelling charm that garnered him the coveted Drake co-sign and allowed him to outlive it, and carries the vast majority of the album’s lengthy runtime through sheer force of personality. My Turn is a solid followup to his Quality Control debut, Harder Than Ever, and a sign that he may have what it takes to turn the star potential he flashed there into an extensive run. 

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  • HNHH

    The 20-track project gives Lil Baby enough space to shine on his own while still being stuffed with high-profile features. The usual suspects emerge: Gunna, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug. The electricity is so tangible when these artists come together that it can seem impossible to judge their collaborations from an objective standpoint.  

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  • Street Talkin

    The 20-track project gives Lil Baby enough space to shine on his own while still being stuffed with high-profile features. The usual suspects emerge: Gunna, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug. The electricity is so tangible when these artists come together that it can seem impossible to judge their collaborations from an objective standpoint.  

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  • The Post

    My Turn is packed with great producers that create beats to help highlight Lil Baby’s graceful flow. Lil Baby might be glad he is at the top, but he is never going to throw away his past. His experiences growing up in Atlanta shaped him into the man and prominent rapper he is today.  

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  • The Voyager

    Overall this was probably one of my favorite albums he has put out since 2018’s Harder Than Ever. My favorite two songs are “Emotionally Scared” and “Commerical’, featuring Lil Uzi Vert. So far he has made quality music starting 2020 and I can’t wait to see what he puts out next. 

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  • Complex

    Lil Baby on Another Level with ‘My Turn.’ 

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  • The Needle Drop

    Whether it be in terms of vocals, production, or songwriting, My Turn never rises above being subpar and uninspired. 

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  • Wopular

    Lil Baby's “My Turn” establishes the rapper as a new school leader with more to prove. “Sum 2 Prove” served as the third single for Lil Baby’s sophomore album My Turn.  

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  • All Music

    I was amazed I listened to a 20 track hour-long rap album in it's entirety and left wanting to come back. This is a good strong album.  

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  • Lab Fm

    The hefty 20-track record features an impressive line-up of collaborators, including Future, Gunna, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug and Lil Wayne. He previously previewed the LP with “Woah,” “Sum 2 Prove” and “Catch the Sun.” 

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  • Sputnik

    Songs like Woah and Same Thing are bangers, but there?s a lot of weak stuff on here too. The song with Lil Wayne is horrendous.  

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  • Thirst Key

    Lil Baby has clearly put serious work into improving his craft and I highly respect it. With so many more artists popping off with a similar sound seemingly every month, I hope this album leads by example for them. I don’t love that it’s 20 tracks. But it only clocks in at an hour and Lil Baby’s ear for good beats and variety keep it interesting. Lil Baby had his turn and he used it well. Good on him.  

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  • Sputnik

    Songs like Woah and Same Thing are bangers, but there?s a lot of weak stuff on here too. The song with Lil Wayne is horrendous.  

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  • Ratings Game Music

    This generation of hip-hop listeners love them some bass. Throughout My Turn, you get beats that contain so much bass, you might end up getting sued by the stereos you play the album on (Poor joke, I know). Additionally, I like how Baby picked beats to rap over that featured riveting vibes. 

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  • After Glow

    My Turn shows Lil Baby confidently establishing his sound as opposed to him chasing a sound highly comparable to that of his mentor, Young Thug. It seems that Baby knew a career path in Young Thug’s shadow wouldn’t garner him the commercial and personal success that he craved. This album was a crucial moment for Lil Baby’s role in the rap game, and he stepped up to the plate with a cohesive, career-elevating project full of bangers like the previously-mentioned singles, “Woah” and “Sum 2 Prove,” as well as “Emotionally Scarred” and “No Sucker (feat. Moneybagg Yo).” Although his previous projects had hits like “Life Goes On (Feat. Gunna and Lil Uzi Vert)” on Harder Than Ever (2018) and “Pure Cocaine” on Street Gossip (2018), there were wide gaps in quality between the hits and the rest of the project, and Lil Baby made sure to rectify that on My Turn with a well-rounded, entertaining listen throughout. 

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  • Rap Up

    My Turn marks the follow-up to 2018’s Harder Than Ever, which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200. “I called it My Turn ’cause I feel like everybody else had a lil’ turn,” Lil Baby said during an Instagram Live session. “It’s my turn now. Everybody dropped their mixtapes, their albums go number 1, number 2, number 3.” 

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  • The Source

    The album is powered by “Woah,” which is RIAA certified platinum and “Sum 2 Prove,” which is RIAA certified Gold. My Turn is Lil Baby’s first new project since Street Gossip in 2018 and he calls it “my best work to date.” The album has features from Gunna, Future, Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug and more. 

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  • HipHop Dx

    Future, Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug and Moneybagg Yo are among the guests featured on the project. Production is handled by DJ Paul, Tay Keith, Murda Beatz, Wheezy and more. 

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  • Billboard

    Lil Baby is excelling as a dependable force in rap, and My Turn is at its best when Lil Baby is alone and given space to thrive. It's no guarantee he’ll ever reach the pop culture influence of rappers like Thug, Future, and Drake, but if he never gets there, he’s just a notch below. My Turn is his best solo project to date, a mesmerizing and repeatable tour through Baby’s aesthetic tendencies. If he hasn’t already arrived at the highest echelon of rap, he’s climbing his way there now. 

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  • Hiphop n more

    Lil Baby just put out his new album My Turn, which has some pretty big features on it. Lil Wayne, Future, Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo and more appear. 

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  • Pop Dust

    While My Turn was initially advertised as a braggadocios declaration for radio domination, the album actually shines brightest when it steps away from this goal. The radio singles seem like last-minute additions and sound hollow and uninspired as if he made them merely because he had to. The violins on "Heatin Up" are meant to sound sweeping and grandiose, but instead sound like plastic. "Grace," despite hosting a standout verse from Detroit newcomer 42 Dugg, doesn't ever go above cruise control. The remaining features fare better, but each moment comes and goes with little impact. 

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  • XXL

    The album comes shortly after Lil Baby appeared on the official remix to Drake and Future's "Life Is Good." In the song, Baby pulls up alongside DaBaby to drop some fresh bars over the unique instrumental.  

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  • The Parrot

    Lil Baby experiments with new sounds in “My turn,” and incorporates his old style of rap which explains why he is so respected in the industry in such a short time span. He also includes how he has matured and more understanding of how fame works and the downsides of it.  

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  • Headline Planet

    Such a figure would almost certainly be enough for #1 on this week’s overall US album chart. Should that projection manifest, “My Turn” would be Lil Baby’s first #1 album in the US. As the aforementioned breakdown suggests, “My Turn” is faring particularly well on the streaming front. Tracks from the album occupy the Top 9 slots on the US Apple Music chart and three of the Top 10 positions on the US Spotify listing. 

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  • Revolt

    The Quality Control artist looks to take things to the next level via his new sophomore studio LP My Turn, which follows the success of the high charting singles “Woah,” “Sum 2 Prove,” and the Queen & Slim soundtrack cut “Catch The Sun.” My Turn also sees additional contributions from Gunna, Future, Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo and 42 Dugg.  

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  • Hypebeast

    Initially set to drop at the end of 2019, My Turn hosts 20 tracks that feature the previously released singles “Woah,” “Sum 2 Prove,” and “Catch the Sun,” the latter of which also appears on the Queen & Slim soundtrack. Everyone from Young Thug to Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, and Future serve up heavy-handed cameos across the album, with production equally handled by some of the best: DJ Paul, Hit-Boy, Murda Beatz, Tay Keith, Wheezy, and more all lend their beat-making prowess to the album. 

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  • Rap Radar

    On this go round, the ATLien from Quality Control Music stunts for his haters (“Whoa“), still has “Sum 2 Prove” with success, and takes an introspective look at life (“Catch The Sun“). Packed with 20 tracks, guests include Lil Wayne, Future, Gunna, Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo, 42 Dugg, and Rilo Rodriguez. His time is now.  

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  • Vandala

    My Turn marks Baby’s first new project since 2018’s Street Gossip and Baby calls it, “my best work to date.” The album also sees guest spots from Lil Wayne, Future, Young Thug, Gunna, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo, Rylo Rodriguez and 42 Dugg throughout. With such a rapid rise and a relentless stream of hits, it’s clear that Lil Baby is one of the greatest modern success stories in hip-hop. 

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  • Vandala

    My Turn marks Baby’s first new project since 2018’s Street Gossip and Baby calls it, “my best work to date.” The album also sees guest spots from Lil Wayne, Future, Young Thug, Gunna, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo, Rylo Rodriguez and 42 Dugg throughout. With such a rapid rise and a relentless stream of hits, it’s clear that Lil Baby is one of the greatest modern success stories in hip-hop. 

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  • All Hiphop

    Lil Baby's My Turn landed at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart by collecting 197,000 first-week units. This is the 25-year-old's first chart-topper.  

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  • Urban Islandz

    “My Turn” is Lil Baby’s second studio album and is projected to be his first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 soon. The 20-track project features rappers like Young Thug, Moneybagg Yo, Lil Uzi Vert, Gunna, Future, and Lil Wayne. The rapper’s debut studio album peaked at No. 3 on the chart and was certified Platinum by the RIAA. Now Lil Baby is expected to see the biggest numbers of his career. 

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  • Qobuz

    My Turn runs about one hour and includes 20 tracks, most of them right around three-minutes long. In other hands, that much material could turn into a tedious slog, but Lil Baby manages to keep every moment fresh, finding a unique and unlikely midway between artistic inspiration and commercially viable entertainment.  

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  • Grunge Cake

    ‘My Turn’ marks Baby’s first new project since 2018’s ‘Street Gossip’ and Baby calls it, “my best work to date.” The album also sees guest spots from Lil Wayne, Future, Young Thug, Gunna, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo, Rylo Rodriguez and 42 Dugg throughout. With such a rapid rise and a relentless stream of hits, it’s clear that Lil Baby is one of the greatest modern success stories in Hip-Hop. 

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  • Respect

    My Turn marks Baby’s first new project since 2018’s Street Gossip and Baby calls it, “my best work to date.” The album also sees guest spots from Lil Wayne, Future, Young Thug, Gunna, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo, Rylo Rodriguez and 42 Dugg throughout. With such a rapid rise and a relentless stream of hits, it’s clear that Lil Baby is one of the greatest modern success stories in hip-hop. 

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  • Parle

    The Lil Baby My Turn album is is out now, in what looks like an early bid for Hip-Hop album of the year. 

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  • The Capstone

    These lyrics will make you feel many emotions while simultaneously making you think in depth. “My Turn” is an album that you will listen to all the way through, without feeling the need to skip a song. It is a great addition to Lil Baby’s discography, that will reach a lot of audiences. I would rate this album a 7/10, and we should expect to see more songs from the album on the Billboard charts, seeing that the award-winning artist really outdid himself with “My Turn.” 

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  • All Hiphop

    Lil Baby's My Turn landed at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart by collecting 197,000 first-week units. This is the 25-year-old's first chart-topper.  

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  • Urban Islandz

    “My Turn” is Lil Baby’s second studio album and is projected to be his first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 soon. The 20-track project features rappers like Young Thug, Moneybagg Yo, Lil Uzi Vert, Gunna, Future, and Lil Wayne. The rapper’s debut studio album peaked at No. 3 on the chart and was certified Platinum by the RIAA. Now Lil Baby is expected to see the biggest numbers of his career. 

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  • Qobuz

    My Turn runs about one hour and includes 20 tracks, most of them right around three-minutes long. In other hands, that much material could turn into a tedious slog, but Lil Baby manages to keep every moment fresh, finding a unique and unlikely midway between artistic inspiration and commercially viable entertainment.  

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  • Grunge Cake

    ‘My Turn’ marks Baby’s first new project since 2018’s ‘Street Gossip’ and Baby calls it, “my best work to date.” The album also sees guest spots from Lil Wayne, Future, Young Thug, Gunna, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo, Rylo Rodriguez and 42 Dugg throughout. With such a rapid rise and a relentless stream of hits, it’s clear that Lil Baby is one of the greatest modern success stories in Hip-Hop. 

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  • Respect

    My Turn marks Baby’s first new project since 2018’s Street Gossip and Baby calls it, “my best work to date.” The album also sees guest spots from Lil Wayne, Future, Young Thug, Gunna, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo, Rylo Rodriguez and 42 Dugg throughout. With such a rapid rise and a relentless stream of hits, it’s clear that Lil Baby is one of the greatest modern success stories in hip-hop. 

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  • Parle

    The Lil Baby My Turn album is is out now, in what looks like an early bid for Hip-Hop album of the year. 

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  • The Capstone

    These lyrics will make you feel many emotions while simultaneously making you think in depth. “My Turn” is an album that you will listen to all the way through, without feeling the need to skip a song. It is a great addition to Lil Baby’s discography, that will reach a lot of audiences. I would rate this album a 7/10, and we should expect to see more songs from the album on the Billboard charts, seeing that the award-winning artist really outdid himself with “My Turn.” 

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  • MSN

    Lil Baby lands his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart as 'My Turn' debuts atop the tally with the biggest streaming week of 2020 for an album. 

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  • Has It Leaked

    Hip-hop artist Lil Baby is set to release his sophomore 20-track album, "My Turn," out on February 28, 2020. Lil Baby is releasing the new record via Quality Control Music/Motown Records. The rapper claims "My Turn" is his best work to date. A handful of intriguing artists are featured in this record, including Lil Wayne and Future.  

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  • Def Pen

    Lil’ Baby’s latest project, My Turn, is expected to sell between 170,000 and 190,000 records during its first week. Of those 170,000 or more copies, 7,000 are traditional units. This is no surprise as the Atlanta artist had dominated streaming with singles like “Woah” and “Sum 2 Prove” prior to the album’s release. My Turn is Lil’ Baby’s first full length project of 2020. Prior to My Turn, Lil’ Baby’s 2018 projects, Street Gossip, Harder Than Ever and Drip Harder all went gold or platinum. His newest project includes Gunna, Lil’ Wayne, Lil’ Uzi Vert, Young Thug and many others. It also featured production from Tay Keith, Hit Boy, DJ Paul and Murda Beatz. 

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  • Hype Fresh

    My Turn marks Lil Baby’s first new project since 2018’s Street Gossip and Baby calls it, “my best work to date.” The album also sees guest spots from Lil Wayne, Future, Young Thug, Gunna, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo, Rylo Rodriguez and 42 Dugg throughout. With such a rapid rise and a relentless stream of hits, it’s clear that Lil Baby is one of the greatest modern success stories in hip-hop. 

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  • Daily Emerald

    “My Turn” is monotonous and repetitive. Every track follows a similar pattern of looped melodic sample mixed so low it’s barely audible, an assault of high hats in a seemingly arbitrary sequence and kicks and bass that is turned up so high it is difficult for this album to present itself as more than a cacophony of basic trap beats. 

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  • RHH

    Each single brings something new to the table, all remaining within his signature trap sound. Surprisingly enough, we get aspects of Lil Baby’s talent that we haven’t seen before. His lyricism ups on this project, tackling immensely gritty bars as he hops between the 20 tracks. We can expect some big stream numbers on this one, with certain hits to stem from the effort. 

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  • Hiphop Since 1987

    My Turn continues to tell the tale of the modern hip-hop star with veteran guest artists like Future, Lil Wayne and Young Thug, ATL’s supreme maker of hitmakers. Both of his prodigies, who’ve been titled as this generation’s best rap duo, come together yet again. 

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  • Highsnobiety

    Lil Baby‘s new album My Turn has hit the top spot on the Billboard 200 charts, marking the rapper’s first number one album, Billboard reports. 

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  • UMusic

    My Turn marks Baby's first new project since 2018's Street Gossip and Baby calls it, "my best work to date." The album also sees guest spots from Lil Wayne, Future, Young Thug, Gunna, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo, Rylo Rodriguez and 42 Dugg throughout. With such a rapid rise and a relentless stream of hits, it's clear that Lil Baby is one of the greatest modern success stories in hip-hop. 

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  • Music Mayhem

    Lil Baby has shared his latest song “Sum 2 Prove”, out today on Quality Control Music / Wolfpack Global / Motown Records / Capitol Records. Earlier this week Baby performed his current hit song “Woah” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon which has earned over 250 million global streams since its release, earning over 25 million streams per week. The song has also been used in over 250K Triller videos and over 100K TikTok videos with fans showing off their dance moves to “Woah”. Baby’s largest hit to date “Drip Too Hard” with Gunna is nominated for a Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Performance, marking Baby’s first Grammy nomination.In 2019 Baby had three #1 songs at urban radio and has earned over 10+ billion global streams to date, firmly establishing him as one of the most dominant forces in rap. 

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  • Rhyme Junkie

    Baby can also create angelic melodies and trigger his inner Drake inspired singing ability to satisfy fans of slower styles of hip-hop. This is an artist who is currently headlining the most powerful record labels in the world of rap today, and he certainly has the talent to show for it. Look anywhere that you possibly can for his new album, My Turn, and continue to watch him evolve and prevail through the rap game, against all odds. 

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  • Gossip Kartel

    The 20-track project gives Lil Baby enough space to shine on his own while still being stuffed with high-profile features. The usual suspects emerge: Gunna, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug. The electricity is so tangible when these artists come together that it can seem impossible to judge their collaborations from an objective standpoint.  

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  • New Hit Singles

    Lil Baby is great and keeps getting better, but not every song on My Turn shows growth. A more concise body of work would have been more aligned with his modest message that there is always more to prove. 

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  • Urban Hotness

    There are many moments on My Turn where Lil Baby convinces us that he’s still diligently clawing his way to the top. His hunger is invigorating on its opening track. “Get Ugly” is exactly how you want the main act to step on stage. Firstly, Lil Baby made sure not to share his spotlight with anyone, avoiding a potential impediment to his momentum.  

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  • Fist Pumpers

    There are many moments on My Turn where Lil Baby convinces us that he’s still diligently clawing his way to the top. His hunger is invigorating on its opening track. “Get Ugly” is exactly how you want the main act to step on stage. Firstly, Lil Baby made sure not to share his spotlight with anyone, avoiding a potential impediment to his momentum.  

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  • 105 The Beat

    The 20-track project gives Lil Baby enough space to shine on his own while still being stuffed with high-profile features. The usual suspects emerge: Gunna, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug. The electricity is so tangible when these artists come together that it can seem impossible to judge their collaborations from an objective standpoint.  

    See full Review

  • Hit Music

    We know they’re going to fulfill their intended purpose. The table has been flipped a mere second after you press play. These loyal comrades all elevate one another to heights where you can’t discern what components are truly standing out. It’s all peak and the explosive beats they select for these occasions ensure that there’s no opportunity for everything to settle and for the listener to take note what actually occurred. 

    See full Review

  • Gossip Kartel

    The 20-track project gives Lil Baby enough space to shine on his own while still being stuffed with high-profile features. The usual suspects emerge: Gunna, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug. The electricity is so tangible when these artists come together that it can seem impossible to judge their collaborations from an objective standpoint.  

    See full Review

  • New Hit Singles

    Lil Baby is great and keeps getting better, but not every song on My Turn shows growth. A more concise body of work would have been more aligned with his modest message that there is always more to prove. 

    See full Review

  • Urban Hotness

    There are many moments on My Turn where Lil Baby convinces us that he’s still diligently clawing his way to the top. His hunger is invigorating on its opening track. “Get Ugly” is exactly how you want the main act to step on stage. Firstly, Lil Baby made sure not to share his spotlight with anyone, avoiding a potential impediment to his momentum.  

    See full Review

  • Fist Pumpers

    There are many moments on My Turn where Lil Baby convinces us that he’s still diligently clawing his way to the top. His hunger is invigorating on its opening track. “Get Ugly” is exactly how you want the main act to step on stage. Firstly, Lil Baby made sure not to share his spotlight with anyone, avoiding a potential impediment to his momentum.  

    See full Review

  • 105 The Beat

    The 20-track project gives Lil Baby enough space to shine on his own while still being stuffed with high-profile features. The usual suspects emerge: Gunna, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug. The electricity is so tangible when these artists come together that it can seem impossible to judge their collaborations from an objective standpoint.  

    See full Review

  • Hit Music

    We know they’re going to fulfill their intended purpose. The table has been flipped a mere second after you press play. These loyal comrades all elevate one another to heights where you can’t discern what components are truly standing out. It’s all peak and the explosive beats they select for these occasions ensure that there’s no opportunity for everything to settle and for the listener to take note what actually occurred. 

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  • Archyde

    My Turn gets the most out of Lil Baby when he plays up the stakes, or as he puts it on “Sum 2 Prove”: “They don’t wan’ see us on TV unless it’s the news/I got somethin’ to prove/Yeah, I’m young, but got somethin’ to lose.” “Hurtin” lingers in the losses he’s suffered but doesn’t succumb to them. “I’ve been bustin’ on that glizzy ever since I had got robbed/I done really beat the odds,” he realizes. On “Forgot That,” his song with his 4 Pockets Full signee Rylo Rodriguez, the raps come tumbling out of him, as he attempts to illustrate the work ethic he raps about through sheer exertion. It’s that same understated diligence that has fueled his star turn.  

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  • Naijaonpoint

    Lil Baby swerves around the terrain with immaculate control, squeezing witty insights into compact sequences. 

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  • E-News

    There are plenty of club-ready tracks on ‘My Turn’, too. ‘Gang Signs’ sees lil Baby adopt the energetic sound of New Orleans bounce, all ready for Magic City.  

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  • Hiphop Hopscotch

    So, in conclusion, like most artists in Lil Baby's lane who drop an hour project with 20 tracks - it's too long. There's too much filler and if it was shortened it would definitely get a higher score. From the 20 tracks involved though, it's a mixed bag. There's some songs I'd come back to and there's some similar sounding songs I wouldn't even hesitate to skip.  

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  • Flipboard

    Some of the most revered names in the game co-sign Lil Baby, whose second studio album confirms his burgeoning brilliance.  

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  • News Break

    On Lil Baby’s latest project, My Turn, the Atlanta rapper shares recollections of his background and how it shaped him before his come up. Lil Baby had an impressive collection of featured artists on his album, including Future, Lil Wayne, Young Thug and frequent collaborator Gunna. 

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  • Exorvs

    On My Turn, rapping his ass off with powerful, agile verses on songs like “Forget That,” “Live Off My Closet,” and “Whoa.” He also opens up on cuts like “Emotionally Scarred” and “Can’t Explain,” reflecting on his pre-fame street life and how it still hangs over his head to this day. If you still think of Lil Baby as a style-over-everything rapper from Atlanta who lacks technical chops, it’s time to reconsider. 

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  • Black Music First

    ATL rising rapper, Lil Baby is back with his second major album, My Turn. The album is produced by CuBeatz, Ghostrage, Quay Global, Tay Keith and Twysted Genius. It features Future, Lil Wayne, Young Thug. The album is led by his billboard #1 single “Woah” + the “Catch The Sun” and “Some 2 Prove”.  

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  • Naijaonpoint

    Lil Baby swerves around the terrain with immaculate control, squeezing witty insights into compact sequences. 

    See full Review

  • E-News

    There are plenty of club-ready tracks on ‘My Turn’, too. ‘Gang Signs’ sees lil Baby adopt the energetic sound of New Orleans bounce, all ready for Magic City.  

    See full Review

  • Hiphop Hopscotch

    So, in conclusion, like most artists in Lil Baby's lane who drop an hour project with 20 tracks - it's too long. There's too much filler and if it was shortened it would definitely get a higher score. From the 20 tracks involved though, it's a mixed bag. There's some songs I'd come back to and there's some similar sounding songs I wouldn't even hesitate to skip.  

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  • Flipboard

    Some of the most revered names in the game co-sign Lil Baby, whose second studio album confirms his burgeoning brilliance.  

    See full Review

  • News Break

    On Lil Baby’s latest project, My Turn, the Atlanta rapper shares recollections of his background and how it shaped him before his come up. Lil Baby had an impressive collection of featured artists on his album, including Future, Lil Wayne, Young Thug and frequent collaborator Gunna. 

    See full Review

  • Exorvs

    On My Turn, rapping his ass off with powerful, agile verses on songs like “Forget That,” “Live Off My Closet,” and “Whoa.” He also opens up on cuts like “Emotionally Scarred” and “Can’t Explain,” reflecting on his pre-fame street life and how it still hangs over his head to this day. If you still think of Lil Baby as a style-over-everything rapper from Atlanta who lacks technical chops, it’s time to reconsider. 

    See full Review

  • Black Music First

    ATL rising rapper, Lil Baby is back with his second major album, My Turn. The album is produced by CuBeatz, Ghostrage, Quay Global, Tay Keith and Twysted Genius. It features Future, Lil Wayne, Young Thug. The album is led by his billboard #1 single “Woah” + the “Catch The Sun” and “Some 2 Prove”.  

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  • Leakth

    Is it possible to hate on baby after this. This is for sure his best project. 

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  • Audio Mack

    The long awaited anticipated album featuring top artists including Rylo Rodriguez.Seat back and enjoy the ride. 

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  • 360 Nobs

    The album was originally due before the end of 2019, but has been delayed until the new year. “I called it My Turn ’cause I feel like everybody else had a lil’ turn,” Lil Baby said during a recent Instagram Live session. “It’s my turn now. Everybody dropped their mixtapes, their albums go number 1, number 2, number 3.” 

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