Lil Baby and Rylo Rodriguez have joined forces on an extravagant new video for “Forget That,” a cut from Baby’s My Turn LP.
In the clip, the pair rep Baby’s 4PF label imprint, which Rodriguez is signed to, by performing in an array of branded apparel, chains and diamond-encrusted jewelry. The rappers are flanked by a team of glamorous women as they rap about their mounting successes.
“Hundred racks spent on my teeth, I like flossin’ / Ran up ten million and still ain’t get cocky / Fuck your opinion, don’t need it, I’m poppin’ / Told all the bros catch an opp, then he droppin’ / Everyone hot on my label, got options,” Baby spits.
“Forget That” appeared on Lil Baby’s latest album, My Turn, which became the Atlanta star’s first LP to top the Billboard 200. Back in May, he released the deluxe edition of the record that added six new songs.
Since then, Baby has stayed active, contributing features to new songs by Monica, NLE Choppa and YoungBoy Never Broke Again. In June, he also responded to societal turmoil with the politically charged track “The Bigger Picture.”
Watch the video for “Forget That” below.