Drake partners Lil Baby on “Yes Indeed” Download


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The Atlanta rapper – Lil Baby’s Yes Indeed is the newest, amidst Drake’s latest endorsements, including BlocBoy JB and Octavian.

Lil Baby isn’t as exciting a prospect as both musicians, but he looks poised for a breakthrough.

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His alliance with Drake, “Yes Indeed” (formerly called “Pikachu”), unfortunately, divides the gap between dispassionate and marble-mouthed, but there continue to be a hidden fact in their sharp verses.

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Yes Indeeed Lyrics

Wheezy out of here

The dash, a digi’, the schedule busy
My head in a hoodie, my shorty a goodie
My cousins are crazy, my cousins like Boogie
Life is amazin’, it is what it should be
Been here for ten but I feel like a rookie
, “look up” ’cause it’s snowin’ in Tootsie’s
Booked for three years,
It’s me and Lil Baby, this shit goin’ crazy
Wheezy produced it and Weezy F. made me
And she held it down, so she got a Mercedes
Young Money Records, the Army, the Navy
They ran me ten thousand, I threw it like Brady
The foreign is yellow like Tracee and K.D
I trusted my niggas, they never betrayed me
Met all these niggas, they sweeter than Sadie
When I started out, I just took what they gave me
Did all the favors, they never repaid me
It worked in my favor, ’cause nobody saved me

Brand new whip got no keys
Tailor my clothes, no starch please
Soon as I nut, you can gon’ leave
Got M’s in the bank, like: “Yes, indeed”

Cartier glasses, I won’t even peek at you
Yellow Ferrari like Pikachu
I got ’em waitin’ and watchin’ what he gon’ do
Tryna peep what I do, tryna steal my moves
$2, 500 for a new pair of tennis shoes
The same price, I could make them youngin’s come and finish you
Lawyer been chargin’, he a Jew, he like his voodoo
Real dope boy, hundred thousand in Evisu
Presidential tints slide by, we don’t see you
I been gettin’ money, I ain’t worried ’bout what he do
I’m gettin’ money like I’m from the ’80s
Me and Drake ’bout to drop man, this shit gon’ go crazy
They know I’m the truth, comin’ straight from the basement
I’m straight as the street, man I come from the pavement
A million, all hundreds, it make em ‘go crazy
Wah-wah-wah, bitch I’m Lil Baby

Brand new whip got no keys
Tailor my clothes, no starch please
Soon as I nut, you can gon’ leave
Got M’s in the bank, like: “Yes, indeed”
Me and my dawgs goin’ all the way
When you livin’ like this, they supposed to hate
Brand new whip got no keys
Tailor my clothes, no starch please
Soon as I nut, you can gon’ leave
Got M’s in the bank, like: “Yes, indeed”
Me and my dawgs going all the way
When you livin’ like this, they supposed to hate

Wheezy out of here.

Drake and Lil Baby — Yes Indeed Download

“Yes Indeed” is produced by Wheezy, so Drake connects the dots with Weezy, which made him reflect on his rap roots with a series of muttered run-ons that hardly seem to break. “When I started, I just took what they gave me/Did each of the favors, they never paid me/It worked in my favor, ’cause nobody saved me,” he murmurs.

Baby is the latest featured rapper in the Quality Control tag that produced Migos and Lil Yachty. He requires a chameleonic strategy to Auto-Tune, but on “Yes Indeed,” he chooses to rely upon his natural, mewling singsong flow.

He is nearly glamorized where Drake is stony; their fashions don’t complement one another. However, they find a balance. “$2,500 for a new pair of tennis shoes/The same price, I could make them youngins come and complete you,” Baby raps cavalierly.

The only time he is excitable is if he brags, he’s scored a Drake attribute. In this way, “Yes Indeed” is pretty much Lil Baby’s wide-eyed introduction to the big leagues.


Since that time, Lil Baby has emerged. It’s clear the Lil Baby has climbed the ranks of hip-hop trap, and “My Turn” is a chance for him to clinch himself at the very top.

Initially, the features alone surprised me the most. We should all be grateful to live in an era where rappers will frequently collaborate, as it generates more exciting music.

Lil Baby elaborates on how far he has come and speaks on his current way of life. However, I felt that the energy of the beat slightly outshined Lil Baby’s flat bars.

The next song, “Heatin’ Up,” Featuring Gunna, wasn’t bad. An individual may even argue it may be the best song on the record. I really could hear Lil Baby now around. Were his pubs any good? No, however, they seemed excellent. I can see why plenty of folks would say that Lil Baby is their favorite rapper.

Do they know what he’s saying half the time? However, does it seem cool? Yes. And quite honestly, I admire this about Lil Baby. He is somebody who fits a genre of cool-sounding tunes that make no impact on the listener on a personal level. The flow on the beat with all the subtle violin chords is enough to move this song up through the charts, mainly since it is a Lil Baby and Drake’s track.

The next two tunes were nothing special. Lil Baby sounded weak all by himself on “How,” and it felt like the same thing over and over for 3 minutes. Next was “Grace,” which included Detroit rapper 42 Dugg, who’s not someone that I enjoy listening to, putting it nicely. It might be too much to ask, but I desired quality songs on this album, not only throwaways to get the record into the 20-song mark.

Next is “Woah,” one of the Wider-known songs on the record, was released as one at the start of November. This is among the rare Lil Baby solo tracks that are interesting. The chorus is my favorite part, but on his other two verses, he switches the flow up, refreshing on a Lil Baby song. Concerning the charts, this was a very profitable portion of the record, which does not say too much, considering it is not a song I would even place on any playlist. But it has grown in popularity — it debuted at 19th on the Billboard Top 100, mainly because people prefer to hit on the “Woah,” a favorite dance, to the tune.

“Catch The Sun” is hands-down, the Best tune on the record. It’s very different from lots of his music that tends to be a trap, but it was excellent. It is a unique song on the record by far, and I truly enjoyed it. This is followed by “Consistent,” which is another very fantastic song as Lil Baby sounds good. His voice is clear and raw, something that I like hearing on a Lil Baby track.

More throwaway tunes, as Lil Baby, sounds dull on both of these monitors, and nothing about the sound or the beat makes me want to obey them. The album was wrapped up with “Strong,” which was not very “solid” at all. Lil Baby’s voice seemed a tad bit higher, but it was way too pitchy to appreciate.

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Bottom Line

This album shows me that Lil Baby is much better in songs where he’s featured since he sounds feeble and dull in many songs.

After listening to him for a whole record, He gets so soft after a few tracks. I had been expecting more from this record, and I had been, unfortunately, disappointed. Even Though It has debuted at number One on the graphs, I don’t see the hype behind this album in any way.

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