Lil Baby and DaBaby have joined forces once again for their new slightly self-titled banger.

Earlier today (July 17), the Georgia spitta and the North Carolina rapper released their song "Baby." The Wheezy-produced song is a hard-hitting, synth-filled recollection of what both rappers' lives were like before the music. In his opening verse, Lil Baby shouts out the late Bankroll Fresh and focuses on the highs and lows of his former grind.

"My main partner turned into a rat, he talkin' 'bout Rod and me, I pray the judge give that boy a bond so I can pop him/We was in the hood, sellin' bags, shroom, trap exotic, Fucked around and tried to go and lease a helicopter/Baby really a problem, somebody gotta stop him," Lil Baby raps.

Meanwhile, DaBaby uses his verse to boast about his libido. After he brags about all the women he's had in his lifetime, the 2019 XXL Freshman moves on to talk about the finer things in life that he's acquired recently.

"The label's CEO keep beggin' me to keep the gun up/They know, you play with Baby, Baby beat him, cut up/ Private plane, wifi, on the FaceTime with Johnny, I told him ice my wrist up, I like to hold my fist up," DaBaby spits.

The last time both rappers linked up was for the remix to DaBaby's "Today" off his Baby Talk 5 mixtape. "Baby" will appear on Quality Control's upcoming compilation album Quality Control: Control the Streets Volume 2. Also released today was "Come On," a City Girls, Saweetie and DJ Durel-featured song that will also have a spot on the new QC LP.

The new QC project drops on Aug. 16 but for now, listen to "Baby" below. Check out "Come On" for yourself beneath that.

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