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Atlanta, GA – 

Lil Baby has once again celebrated his birthday by putting on for Atlanta with a concert featuring plenty of special guests including J. Cole and Quavo.

The 4PF boss took over ATL’s State Farm Arena on Wednesday night (December 27), treating the packed-out venue and thousands of fans to an epic show with plenty of friends.


The Dreamville legend graced the stage where he performed his hit single “Middle Child.” Quavo later made an appearance paying tribute to his nephew TakeOff by performing their “Hotel Lobby” collaboration.

Watch the highlights below.

Another moment from the show went viral on social media after Baby brought out Yung Miami and the City Girls rapper jokingly shot her shot at her host for the evening.

“I got one question, if I throw it back can you catch it? If I throw it back can you catch it,” she asked Baby before performing her verse off Lola Brooke’s “Don’t Play With It (Remix).”


On the music side, Lil Baby appears to be in album mode for 2024. Earlier in December, he teased that he was finishing up his next LP.

“Don’t Mind Me I’m Just Living Finishing Up The Album,” he wrote to IG.

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Baby ended the post with a clip of himself playing some unreleased music from the studio, timestamped just shy of 6 a.m. ET in the Bahamas.

Days later, the 4PF rapper dropped off a two-pack of singles: “350” and “Crazy.”


On the latter, he shouts out the currently-incarcerated Pooh Shiesty, rapping: “In the back of the Maybach, I’m sightseeing/My lil n-gga still robbin, free Shiesty (Free bro)/I went all the way there on a boat, I ain’t stoppin’/I’m all the way up on the low, I can pop it!

In his Instagram post promoting the tracks, he added: “Album Coming Soon !!”


Lil Baby’s 2022 release, It’s Only Me, featured artists such as Nardo Wick, Young Thug, Future, Jeremih and more. The project debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 216,000 units sold in the first week and is currently certified platinum.