Bali Baby is a fairly new name, but she's dropped nothing but heat since she began her career in 2016. On Friday (March 30), the Atlanta rapper dropped her highly anticipated EP, Bali Blanco, and it's clear the fiery rhymer is here to stay.

The five-track extended play paints a picture of Bali's extravagant lifestyle and vivacious, albeit gangster personality. Unlike her other projects, this time she incorporates more West Coast sounds. On the intro track "No Drama," Bali Baby taps Bompton, Calif.'s own YG, who goes head to head with the female spitter as they discuss what'll happen to someone who crosses them. For Bali Blanco's lead single "Flavors," she tells XXL, "this song is my first ever Cali feel type song, so I hope everyone likes the Bali twist to it !!" The EP, produced entirely by 12Hunna, even sees Bali take the R&B route on tracks like "Part The Sea." This isn't surprising to her fans, however, seeing she grew up listening to singers like Jhene Aiko.

Yesterday, the "WWW" rapper announced her first international excursion, the Bali Baby PlayGirl World Tour with Yung Baby Tate, kicking off May 6 in Durham, N.C. "For my tour I just want to sayyy thank you to everyone involved & any female artist that would like to enter the contest use  #playgirlworldtour!" The contest is Bali's way of uniting hip-hop's emerging female talent, as she's giving the best female rapper from each city—including Miami at Rolling Loud—a chance to perform with her. "Best performance wins a cash prize at the end of the tour + im going to drop a mixtape full of talent[ed] females !!!," she adds.

Take a listen to the Bali Blanco EP and check out the PlayGirl World Tour dates below.

Bali Baby's PlayGirl World Tour Dates

May 6 - Durham, N.C.
May 8 - Tuscon, Ariz.
May 10 - Austin, Texas
May 11 - Houston
May 12 - Los Angeles
May 13 - Miami
May 18 - New York
May 21 - Baltimore
May 24 - Philadelphia
May 26 - Richmond, Va.
May 28 - Atlanta
June 6 - San Francisco
June 8 - Bakersfield, Calif.
June 9 - Los Angeles
June 12 - Cleveland
June 13 - Chicago
June 16 - Nassau, Bahamas
June 22 - Israel

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