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Lil Baby Net Worth 2022
Despite his recent troubles with the police, Lil Baby is one of the best rappers of this generation. His last album, My Turn, reached the number one spot on the Billboard 200, and the single ‘The Bigger Picture’ is a protest anthem that has helped him to return to the top of the chart.
‘My Turn’ pushed his album back to the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200
‘My Turn’ returned to the top spot of the Billboard 200, earning the equivalent of 197,000 album units in the United States last week. The deluxe version of the album features six additional tracks. Lil Baby released the record on February 28 through Quality Control/Motown/Capital Music Group.
Lil Baby is a six-time GRAMMY-nominated rapper and has won three BET Awards. He has over 30 billion global streams and is known for speaking truth in his lyrics. He’s been an activist for police reform in Atlanta.
‘Too Hard’ mixtape was a success
‘Too Hard’ by Lil Baby is his fourth mixtape and it follows his previous two. He released the mixtape with a strong lead single, “Freestyle”. The song was produced by Joseph DaVinci and includes a lot of shoutouts to various people.
The single became Lil Baby’s first Grammy nod. He was nominated for Best Rap/Sung Performance. He also released the track, “The Bigger Picture”, which focuses on the Black Lives Matter movement. It was nominated for two other Grammy awards.
‘The Bigger Picture’ protest anthem pushed his album back to the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200
Earlier this month, Los Angeles rapper Lil Baby released a song called “The Bigger Picture” which was a homage to his late cousin, George Floyd, who was murdered by police in July. The song’s video features a rapper atop a limo driving through a dark city at night to a montage of harrowing news headlines. The video has gone on to be one of Lil Baby’s most popular videos to date.
In addition to the above mentioned homage to his late uncle, Lil Baby donated proceeds from the song to three worthy causes: the National Association of Black Journalists, the Bail Project, and Breonna Taylor’s legal team. The song has already racked up over 60 million audio streams. The song is one of Lil Baby’s most successful tracks to date.
‘The Bigger Picture’ pushed his album back to the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200
Despite a somewhat quiet week, Billboard’s top 10 list was a smorgasbord of chart winners. One of the week’s biggest surprises was the A Star Is Born movie based soundtrack. The track debuted in the chart’s top 10 for the first time since the movie’s release. Other notable entries include the aforementioned “The Week-Boy”, the aforementioned “A Star Is Born,” and “Un Verano Sin Ti” from Bad Bunny. The top 10 list also includes Post Malone, whose “Shotgun” soundtrack is the best of the rest.
‘Harder Than Ever’ debuted at position three on the US Billboard 200
Earlier this week, Lil Baby’s ‘Harder Than Ever’ debuted at number three on the US Billboard 200 chart. This marks the Atlanta rapper’s first top ten US chart debut and comes less than six months after he debuted his debut mixtape ‘Too Hard’.
The chart ranks the top-selling albums of the week in the United States. It takes into account traditional and digital track sales, as well as streaming equivalent albums. The chart is compiled by Nielsen SoundScan.
‘Rylo Rodriguez’ debuted at position three on the US Billboard 200
During a recent visit to Billboard, I was surprised to find that the website’s “top” albums chart was missing important data points such as album sales and streaming statistics. I did a quick search and found that the best rated album on the chart was Michael Buble’s former No. 1 Christmas. Despite the absence of any major releases, the chart has remained relatively unchanged since I last checked it in late October.
Lil Baby’s debut album Time Served also debuted at position three on the US Billboard 200. The aptly named album is a compilation of the rapper’s most recent work, including “Trap,” the album’s most notable single. The album is certified a gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on August 18, 2020.
‘The Bigger Picture’ protest anthem pushed his album back to the No. 1 spot on the US Billboard 200
‘The Bigger Picture’ is Lil Baby’s latest single, and it is a call to action against police brutality in the U.S., as well as a call for justice against those who commit racist attacks on unarmed Black citizens. The song was released on June 12 in honor of Black Lives Matter protests, and is accompanied by a powerful video that features footage of nationwide protests.
While the nation is facing an array of adversities in the year 2020, “The Bigger Picture” has been a timely anthem, and its powerful protest music has resonated with the climate of social unrest.
‘My Turn’ debuted at position three on the US Billboard 200
Despite being around for nearly three months, Lil Baby’s My Turn is back in the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart. It’s also one of the few notable albums to debut inside the top 40 of the chart, a feat which no other new release managed to pull off.
Lil Baby’s My Turn, featuring collaborations from Gunna, Meek Mill, Young Thug and ATL Jacob, spent 13 weeks inside the top six. This is the longest stretch since the A Star Is Born soundtrack clocked in at a whopping 17 weeks.