Lil Baby dropped his sophomore album My Turn earlier this month, but the prolific rapper is already promising another project. The upcoming mixtape is titled Lamborghini Boys and Lil Baby claims it will only feature collabs with fellow rappers who also own Lambos.

The rapper hinted at the mixtape back in December, 2019, when he also first announced his album My Turn. See the original tweet below.

Yesterday Lil Baby went live on Instagram to tease fans and share new details about the imminent project. Posted while in the studio, he announced that he's working on the project right now and will drop it in "60 days." Commenting on the name Lamborghini Boys he elaborated, "Ain't nothing but all the rap n****s who got Lamborghinis features on there."

Not much else is know about Lamborghini Boys so far, but we have some thoughts on potential collaborators the mixtape could feature. Check out Baby's live stream below (jump to the 5:20 minute mark to hear him speak about the mixtape) and then keep scrolling for some of the eligible, Lamborghini-owning rappers who we think might feature.


Young Thug

Not only does Thugger own a Lambo, but Lil Baby – who's signed to his YSL record label — and Thug have a history of collaborating. Thug also recently shared a video from the studio, teasing a new song with the caption "Lil Baby is this approved?" So it's fair to say Young Thug will make an appearance on Lamborghini Boys.

Travis Scott


Nicki Minaj

Rick Ross

Keep it here for more updates on Lamborghini Boys.

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