Tracks in the vault.
Lil Baby and Gunna may have just dropped off their joint project Drip Harder, but the talented duo has more music in the vault. Complex News' Speedy Morman caught up with Lil Baby on the red carpet for the 2018 BET Hip-Hop Awards, and the Quality Control signee admitted that he and Gunna are sitting on a surplus of music.
"Most of them songs are like so old," Baby said of Drip Harder. "Like we been had songs, we just put it together and just put something out, whatever we pick," he explained. "We could drop Drip Harder 2 today, like we been had them songs." Gunna chimed in to add that the duo understands the craft of creating bangers. "Nine times out of ten, it's just like everybody else, it's like our favorite song," he stated. "We done played it so much we like, 'Oh yeah, this the one.' And it be the one." Drip Harder is projected to sell between 115K and 125K equivalent album units in its first week, which would place it in fourth place on Billboards Hot 200 chart. The project would sit behind Twenty One Pilots' Trench with 155-175k equivalent units, the Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper musical A Star Is Born soundtrack with 140-160k equivalent units, and Lil Wayne's Tha Carter V, which is expected to draw another 150k equivalent units.