Lil Baby has dropped the visuals for "Grace," featuring up-and-coming Detroit rapper 42 Dugg.
One of the highlights of Baby's sophomore album My Turn, the track gets cinematic visuals that reflect on the themes of incarceration and religion in the African-American community. The video starts off with 42 Dugg behind bars, before being released and heading to church, where Lil Baby takes the pulpit to deliver his rap as a sermon and Dugg hits the confessional.
Watch the J-directed video below.
Lil Baby's My Turn shot to no. 1 on the Billboard charts upon its release. As for 42 Dugg, the "Grace" video couldn't be more pertinent, as he is currently behind bars. The rapper was indicted in a federal court in Georgia after being accused of possessing a firearm. He has been denied release on bond until he faces gun possession charges in an Atlanta court.