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Lil Baby - Commercial (feat. Lil Uzi Vert)

[Intro: Drake & Lil Juice]
(Tay Keith, this too hard)
(Tay Keith, fuck these niggas up)

[Verse 1: Lil Baby]
I paid some extra before we even come out
And don't even wear it to show I ain't playin'
I hit the bitch and I gave her some racks
And I pull up my pants, she know I ain't stayin'
Go on a store run and get rubber bands
I done got rich, I done put on my mans
Choppers in traffic, that's just how I'm livin'
They say that I'm trippin', they wouldn't understand
She take a trip, she come back with a tan
I take a trip, I come back with them bands
When I was dealin', it really was killin' 'em
Had 'em competin', tryna see what I'm payin'
She throw a hoodie on soon as we land
She don't like pics, I got too many fans
I'm runnin' shit, I can do what I want
And it's really a limit, you do what you can
I found the booth and I put that shit up
'Fore I run out of cash, they gonna run out of land
I fell in love with this bitch 'cause her head was amazing
I swear I don't even know her name
I'm 'bout to takeoff, I gave 'em a chance
They gave me ten M&M's on advance
Thought I'd be trappin' forever, but God came and blessed me
I guess it was part of the plan
How he on fire, but he cool as a fan?
Can't get at you, we gon' get at your man
They can relate to me 'cause I be poppin' it
Put in they face, let 'em see what I'm sayin'
I'm rockin' shows like I play with a band
Free all the bros, know I would if I can
If I don't mean it, I swear I ain't sayin' it
'Fore I was 21, swear I was savage, smashin'

“Commercial” marks Lil Baby’s and Lil Uzi Vert’s second collaboration. Baby originally announced that he would probably never release this song after he previewed his first verse in late 2019. The song was however announced to be part of Baby’s sophomore album "My Turn" before being leaked in its entirety a few days before the release of the album. Uzi’s verse was most likely recorded in the month before the song’s release, given Lil Uzi’s allusion to Kobe Bryant’s passing away in January 2020.

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