The 18-track project boasts a star-studded lineup with appearances by Future, Gunna, Lil Yachty, his brother Lil Keed, Tee Grizzley, and several others. Leading up to the release, he dropped the behind-the-scenes music video for his popular song "Bricks in the Attic."
Prior to this project, the Atlanta rapper connected with London on da Track to deliver Superstar Creature, an 11-track mixtape that featured Polo G, Young Nudy, and Slimelife Shawty. Superstar Creature showcased Lil Gotit's wider range of musical abilities, with him stretching his vocal muscles throughout the project.
He was also featured on Zaytoven's latest collaborative project A-Team where he joined Lil Yachty and Lil Keed. Working in tandem with his peers, the rising Lil Gotit hopes to carry that momentum into Hood Baby 2 here, which you can stream below.
Below, catch the also-brand-new "Yeah Yeah" official visualizer featuring Future and Lil Keed: