Atlanta rapper Lil Baby has established himself as one of the biggest names in rap this year, earning his first #1 album with My Turn. He just released the deluxe edition with six new songs but the 25-year-old never stops working. He wants to ensure he’s always got enough beats to hop in the studio and deliver the magic we know him for and, as a result, he’s looking to sign a bunch of up-and-coming producers to his 4PF label.
Making the announcement on Twitter, Lil Baby encouraged producers to send through their beats and information so he could give them a look, potentially even signing them to a life-changing deal.
“I’m trying to sign 10 producers,” wrote Baby. His replies are filled with beat snippets and messages from producers who are trying to become the next big star in the music business.
If ever you’ve wanted to get a credit on Lil Baby’s next album — or maybe on the Lamborghini Boys mixtape — this is your chance.
Lil Baby has been making major noise around the world, most recently featuring on the brand new remix of “Dealer” by RMR with Future. He also released the music video for “We Paid” with his artist 42 Dugg this week.