Lil Baby goes toe-to-toe with Future on this scorching rap duel where both flex on their wealth. The title comes from Baby's boast that even if he lost all his money, he's got so many clothes in his closet that he could live off them.
Lil Baby and Future are two of the biggest names in Atlanta hip-hop. They previously made music together on Baby's 2019 single "Out The Mud."
Frequent Baby collaborator Twysted Genius supplied the beat. His previous productions for the Atlanta rapper include "Sum 2 Prove."
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