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SA Rapper Young B Baby Debuts Video Featuring DJ Khaled-Signed Artist Nino Brown 

click image A still from Young B Baby's video "Fallin." - YOUTUBE
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  • A still from Young B Baby's video "Fallin."

San Antonio's rap game is on the come up and Young B Baby's latest is a perfect example of the Deuce Dime making moves. Along with the Eastside's own Blues and his video for "On The Acid" going viral and chocking up 100,000 views in less than 7 months, Young B Baby's track "Fallin" features We The Best, DJ Khaled's label, signee Nino Brown. No, not that Nino Brown.

On the track, an artistic depiction of B Baby's quest for knowledge, the San Antonio rapper flows on the perils of making too much money (don't we all wish we had that problem?) while chained by his wrists and covered in blood. Other images in the video include B Baby in a lounge with two monochromed women painted black and white dancing around in a scene eerily reminiscent of J. Lo's The Cell.



As for how Young B Baby got in touch with Brown for "Fallin," the rapper recently told the San Antonio Current that he reached out to the We The Best artist regarding a video that Brown posted to his Facebook page which "changed my life." Brown wrote the SA rapper back and stated that he'd like to work with him on a project. Boom.

So, there ya go, kids. Dreams can come true. The more you know. TGIF. 


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