Lil Baby- PREACHERMAN Official Documentary
Dominique Jones was born on December 3, 1994, in Atlanta, Georgia. He was 2 years old when his father left the family, leaving his single mother to raise him and his 2 siblings. While he was not struggling academically, Jones would repeatedly get in trouble, resulting in his dropping out of high school in the tenth grade. In early 2012 he got charged for possession with intent to sell among other charges. His original lawyer urged him to take a 2-year plea deal, but Jones refused, and acquired a new lawyer. This new lawyer placed Jones in a special program that would only hold him for a year. While in this program, he got into an altercation with a white prisoner over racial comments. After that, Jones' sentencing was replaced with the original 2-year deal. Later in 2013, he had a charge of possession of marijuana, less than an ounce. Then in 2014, he had another charge of possession of marijuana with intent to sell among other things. After being incarcerated for 2 years, he began his rap career with 4PF (Four Pockets Full) and He is managed by Quality Control's Kevin "Coach K" Lee and Pierre "Pee" Thomas. CareerIn April 2017, Lil Baby released his debut mix tape ‘Perfect Timing.’ The album was a collaborative effort by all of Lil Baby’s childhood friends, who worked together to ensure the success of the album. Lil later said that he and his team took just two days to come up with the mix tape and that was when he realized that he had a natural flair for music. The mix tape took Atlanta’s underground music scene by storm. The album was played in many pubs, bars, and cafes in and around Georgia.Lil Baby was praised for his lyrics. Most of his lyrics were inspired by the experience he had during his time in prison. He had also written about his thoughts on leading the life of a petty criminal.He became even more popular with the release of his next mix tape, ‘Harder than Hard.’ While the lyrics explained the psychological pain that he suffered because of his past, the catchy beats and tunes ensured the success of the album. Some of the songs, such as ‘My Dawg,’ ‘Ride or Die,’ and ‘My Drip’ went on to become chartbusters.