Lil Baby and Gunna Set to Drop Joint Project ‘Drip Harder’
Lil Baby and Gunna are the latest rappers to pair up for a joint project. Following several smash collabs, the Atlanta duo announced a full-length today (Sept. 12) titled Drip Harder.
The news comes one day after the release of what serves as the project's lead single, "Drip Too Hard." The up-tempo, Turbo-produced track finds the pair exchanging sly melodic stunts over a western-tinged guitar loop.
"Drip too hard, don’t stand too close/You gon' fuck around and drown off this wave/Doing all these shows, I’ve been on the road/Don't care where I go long as I get paid," Baby's hook goes.
The formal union between Quality Control and Young Stoner Life's respective phenoms follows a streak of successful partnerships over the last six months.
Lil Baby's Gunna and Lil Uzi Vert-featuring "Life Goes On," which appeared on Baby's May mixtape Harder Than Ever, spent six weeks on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. (The tape peaked at No. 3 on the album chart.) Young Thug's "Chanel (Go Get It)," which features Baby and Gunna, debuted at No. 78, proving to be the most successful single from YSL's recent compilation tape, Slime Language.
Drip Harder's release date has not yet been announced. In the meantime, Gunna will be joining Trippie Redd and Sheck Wes on Travis Scott's upcoming Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour, set to launch on Nov. 8.
Listen to Lil Baby and Gunna's "Drip Too Hard" below.
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