AOTY 2018

Drip Harder

Gunna & Lil Baby - Drip Harder
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
User Score
Based on 110 ratings
2018 Ratings: #740
October 5, 2018 / Release Date
Mixtape / Format
YSL, Quality Control, Motown, Capitol / Label
Trap Rap / Genres
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Lil Baby and Gunna are one of the best new rap duos and their latest project develops a chemistry and brotherhood few others can lay claim to.

Consequence of Sound

On Drip Harder, Lil Baby and Gunna make it hard to determine who shines brightest because both deliver their best most of the time. They aren’t just a duo, but a wave, a style, and a vibe.

There are times where songs on this album sound too similar to totally stand out and at the end of the day there are only a small handful of tracks that actually have enough legs to run into the annals of Hip Hop history.
Rolling Stone

If you heard any of the previous Gunna-Lil Baby collaborations ... you know what to expect on Drip Harder


This is a good effort from these two but could've been tighter. It's best when Lil Baby raps about his emotions, where the two once were and when Gunna brags about how far they've come since. But it's clear, they've still got farther to go.


Catchy club bangers rule the day, although a couple more tracks with high bpms would be welcome.


When you combine the boilerplate production and the predictably great flows, things ultimately feel… familiar. It’s good, not great. Not exactly memorable, but you won’t kick it out of your car rotation just yet.

After notable co-signs from Young Thug and Quality Control, Gunna and Lil Baby show how they have absolutely no originality or interesting qualities on this industry planted mixtape.


Fuck You
Am I the only one who finds these two voices rediculously annoying? Besides that, its just trap music. Nothing much here. I'll admit, the trap production is pretty good, full of dark and eerie pianos, bells, and guitars, but besides that, its just an Atlanta trap album.

Favorite track/s: Never recover
Gunna and Lil Baby are two rappers that i was listening to all the time this summer, and each of their respective projects from earlier in the year are pretty important to the new sound coming out of Atlanta. Between those albums, Sold Out Dates and Yosemite, and the social media hype, i got fucking excited for this.
Drip Harder pretty much delivered. There are no songs that i like as much as the previous two mentioned, but this tape is consistent. Baby and Gunna show some fresh, engaging ... read more
There you have it, we've reached such a low that we're just having collab albums be a series of who can rip off who the best. If an album could ever drop out of existence and have no one care, this is it.
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Track List

  1. Off White VLONE (feat. Lil Durk & NAV)
  2. Business Is Business
  3. Belly
  4. Deep End
  5. World Is Yours
  6. Underdog
  7. I Am
  8. Seals Pills
  9. My Jeans (feat. Young Thug)
  10. Style Stealer
  11. Close Friends
  12. Drip Too Hard
  13. Never Recover
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Z.Younk, thisisabtlgrnd, patton
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Added on: October 4, 2018