Lil Baby is on a role following the release of his sophomore album, “My Turn.” Now, the “Woah” rapper is back with the latest single from the album, “Grace,” which brings along pal 42 Dugg, who is currently signed to a joint contract with both Yo Gotti’s CMG label and Lil Baby’s 4PF Records.
In the visual for “Grace,” the two rappers portray the daily hardships of life behind bars, a reality that is all too familiar for the both of them. After Baby picks up a newly released Dugg, they head to church in a foreign whip where the two share their testimony both in a confessional booth and prayer among congregants seated in the pulpits.
While Baby is still celebrating his number one album, 42 Dugg is having a slightly less than favorable time. Last week, he was arrested on federal gun charges. The Detroit rapper, whose real name is Dion Hayes, was initially granted a $10,000 unsecured bond. However, prosecutors appealed the decision, resulting in Dugg being transferred to Georgia to face charges.