A full-length collabo album from Drake and Lil Baby is reportedly in the works.
The news was revealed by producer Black Coffee, who lately worked with Drizzle for “Honestly, Nevermind”. He shared in a new episode of Podcast and Chill that he heard the news from Quality Control co-founder Coach K Lee, “He had said to me Lil Baby and Drake are making an album. It’s possible that Drake is retiring.” He also noted that “it’s possible Drake is retiring,” which does echo a sentiment Drake himself shared with another QC artist, Lil Yachty.
The rumors have not been confirmed by neither parties so far, however, a joint project from Drake and Baby doesn’t seem too far off. The duo has worked together in the past for tracks like “Girls Want Girls” and DJ Khaled’s “Wants & Needs,” and Drake himself is no stranger to collab albums after previously linking up with Future and 21 Savage for “What A Time To Be Alive” and “Her Loss”.
Lil Baby has also locked in with other artists for whole projects, including Lil Durk (“The Voice Of The Heroes”), Gunna (“Drip Harder”) and Marlo (“2 Tha Hard Way”).