Koran Streets is becoming a regular face here at Lyrical Lemonade, and today, he’s back on our pages yet again to revisit Late 20s standout, “Baby”, with a brand new set of accompanying visuals. At its core, this song helps to define the soul of the album, featuring an undeniably West Coast sound and a level of to-the-point storytelling that remains unmatched by Streets’ peers. His rhymes are fast-paced while innately charismatic, and in the most natural of ways, “Baby” acts as a thesis of the refined artistry that Koran Streets has been able to bring to life. The visuals complement this to an emphatic extent, picturing our hero surrounded by luxurious cars, weed smoke, and the team that watched him rise from the bottom to his position today. This video is a must-watch for anyone who enjoyed Late 20s, so be sure to check it out at the link below and let us know what you think in the comments!
Produced by: Polo Boy Shawty
Directed by: Luis Montoya & Koran Streets