Lil Baby has claimed 2020 as his own with his latest album, “My Turn.” The Grammy-nominated rapper has had a monumental year following the release of the critically acclaimed and chart topping album. “My Turn” was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, making him the first and only artist to make that mark in 2020. The album is now the #1 selling and streaming album in the United States, with 4 billion streams to date. His catalog has reached 20 billion streams globally and he was named Vevo’s Top Performing Hip Hop Artist of 2020. His powerful protest anthem “The Bigger Picture”, which is one of, if not the most important song of the year, has reached #1 on Urban Radio, his 7th in the format. In celebration of reaching those career-defining milestones and as a thank you to fans, Lil Baby has released the music video for “Forget That” featuring Rylo Rodriguez. Rylo is signed to Lil Baby’s 4PF label, where Lil Baby plays a major role in shaping the careers of burgeoning new artists. Earlier this year, Lil Baby appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, tied with Prince and Paul McCartney for the most Billboard Hot 100 hits, and saw the February #1 release of “My Turn” return to the top of the Billboard 200 three months later, where it remained for 5 weeks. With such a rapid rise and a steady stream of critical and commercial hits, it’s clear that Lil Baby is one of the greatest and most important success stories in hip hop. At 25, he has been one of the most dominant and critically acclaimed names in rap since the release of his debut album in 2017. And with just three years under his belt, he shows no signs of slowing down.