AceShowbiz - Another music video from Lil Baby has arrived. Released on Friday, October 28, "From Now On" visuals finds the Quality Control Music artist linking up with his collaborator, Future, in New York City.
In the clip, Baby and Future can be seen sporting colorful outfits, including matching white ensembles that they pair with flashy jewels. The 27-year-old rapper and the "Bum Bum Tam Tam" spitter are joined by a group of friends in the music video.
"Switchin' up my image, no more pictures with my styrofoam/ Why the f**k I keep buyin' these houses if I'm never home," the Atlanta emcee asks in the opening lines of the track. Future later chimes in, "Codeine drinkin', but I swear the money getting me higher/ Just told the judge I’m on pills, my mansion got marble/ Charge a M for a show, still send bail to you tomorrow."
"From Now On" is Baby's latest song off his new album "It's Only Me" to receive a music video treatment. The rap star, whose real name is Dominique Armani Jones, has already dropped visuals for "California Breeze" and "Heyy".
Aside from the songs mentioned above, "It's Only Me", which ruled the Billboard 200 albums chart in the week ending October 20, consists of other 20 tracks. They include, "Real Spill", "Stand on It", "Perfect Timing", "Not Finished", "Never Hating" and "Detox".
Serving as a follow-up to 2020's "My Turn", the new record also features appearances from the likes of Nardo Wick ("Pop Out"), Young Thug ("Never Hating"), Fridayy ("Forever"), Rylo Rodriguez ("Cost to be Alive") and Jeremih ("Stop Playin"). EST Gee and Pooh Shiesty also appear on the album on "Back and Forth" and "Shiest Talk" respectively.