Lil Wayne ft. Drake - My Darlin’ Baby

Posted 7 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Jeremy Skaller

No, My Darlin’ Baby isn’t the Young Money compilation’s official “dedication track” to the Cash Money CEO. In reality, this newly-leaked track finds Lil Wayne and Drake hitting the studio to try to recapture the vibe that made Best I Ever Had one of the biggest hip-hop hits of ‘09, each rapping the praises (no singing here!) of a certain enchanting female. This track’s MVP, however, is beatsmith Jeremy Skaller, whose classic soul-sampling boardwork should strike a soft note with the old-school set. Though it’s currently unknown which (if any) project My Darlin’ Baby will be included on, it will certainly increase the buzz around the recently-released So Far Gone EP, which is projected to outsell full-lengths by the New Boyz, Lil’ Boosie, and Trick Daddy this week!

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