Lil Baby – The Bigger Picture


Lil Baby poured his heart out about systematic racism on his politically-driven track “The Bigger Picture.”

Atlanta local Lil Baby as of late shared a high contrast photograph of himself riding on a bicycle while wearing a Black Lives Matter shirt at a dissent. The rapper has involved that picture as the cover workmanship for his most recent single “A Bigger Picture,” a track where he communicates his dissatisfactions not just with the police, with the whole legislative framework that he views as abusive.

On Instagram, Lil Baby shared that returns from “A Bigger Picture” would be given to three distinct associations, in any case, he didn’t determine which ones. In the verses to the track, Lil Baby addresses the new occasions that have sent off the Black Lives Matter development fights, and he likewise shares his very own touch story. Back in 2014, he was captured on a medication charge and burned through two years in jail; a case that many didn’t accept was attempted reasonably. Stream “A Bigger Picture” by Lil Baby and le us know your thought process.


They killin’ us for no reason
Been goin’ on for to long to get even
Throw us in cages like dogs and hyenas
I went to court and they sent me to prison
My mama was pissed when they said I can’t leave

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