Atlanta rap rookie Lil Baby is keeping busy these days. The hip-hop superstar is taking the time to grind out new music and has updated fans on the status of dropping fresh tunes.

Big Facts

On Tuesday, Baby lit up his Twitter page with a positive update. Barring any setbacks, Lil Baby’s new music is under preparation but he’s getting ready to release the deluxe version of his recently released My Turn album.

“Deluxe Otw” -Lil Baby’s Twitter

High-Key Details

Baby also updated hungry fans in need of his Lamborghini Boys project. The Southern rap star admitted the current coronavirus epidemic forced its delay.

“Ima hold up on Lamborghini Boys until we bacc outside” -Lil Baby’s Twitter

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#lilbaby putting ‘Lamborghini Boys’ on hold until #coronavirus pandemic is over . . [Peep hourly for the latest news!] #SOHHNews #HipHop #RapNews #MustRead #MusicNews #50Cent #Drake #LilWayne #KodakBlack #CashMoney #Future #YoungThug #NickiMinaj #CardiB #Migos #Offset #GucciMane #KendrickLamar #TDE #NBAYoungBoy #OVO #Quavo #NipseyHussle #JAYZ #LilUziVert #covid_19

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Lil Baby’s new music is facing delays

Wait, There’s More

The tape is supposed to only feature rappers with luxury sports cars. Baby recently went online to provided details for Lamborghini Boys.

“I’ll put this s**t on YouTube. I got to sell this s**t. I got to sell this s**t. I’ll put my s**t on YouTube. I’m gon’ drop a mixtape in 60 days, Lamborghini Boys. Ain’t [gonna be] nothing but all the rap n****s who got Lamborghinis features. I put features on there. All Lamborghini features. Lamborghini Boys mixtape.” -Lil Baby’s Instagram Live

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Lil baby previewing new music ??he dropping a mixtape in 60 days called “Lamborghini Boys”

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Wait, There’s More

Baby’s original My Turn album did huge numbers on the sales chart. After its first seven days in March, the project toppled its competition with nearly 200,000 sold copies.

Lil Baby lands his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart as My Turn debuts atop the tally with the biggest streaming week of 2020 for an album. The set, which was released via Quality Control/Motown on Feb. 28, earned 197,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending March 5, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the U.S. based on multi-metric consumption as measured in equivalent album units. (Billboard)