Baby Gravy 2

Bbno$ & Yung Gravy - Baby Gravy 2
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Based on 62 ratings
2020 Ratings: #143
February 14, 2020 / Release Date
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Pop Rap, Trap / Genres
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Yung Gravy, Bbno$ / Featured Artists
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wow these guys just got more quality with this album, not ep like the details say. This times the boys come back and hit us with more catchy songs with amazing chemistry and lyrics. The production is pretty good and most of the time it's the best part of the song, unlike the last baby gravy, this time both bbno$ and Gravy are good. Before Gravy carried the ep but now it's full 50/50 and it's perfect. It sounds like a bunch of friends making songs together and this chemistry is unbeatable it's ... read more

I actually really like both of these guys a lot. They have a lot of charisma, are really funny, and have actual rapping talent. The beats always compliment their deliveries very well. However, when it comes down to “Baby Gravy 2”, this new duet album from Yung Gravy and bbno$, the humor is hit or miss most of the time. There’s little to nothing memorable no fulfilling on this record, only some funny lines here and there, the right length of the whole project, and ... read more
This is genuinely such a fun listen. Me and my friend were just VIBING to this album it’s honestly charismatic, uplifting , beautiful and funnier then anything Lil Dicky has ever made. Yung Gravy’s lyrics are delivered in such a swag fashion you gotta love it and BBNO$ just got that good energy. Good duo. Fun album.
These guys def offer a fresh taste of hop hop, mainly backed by humor & charisma. There are some bangers on here(Welcome To Chili's is one of my favs of the year), but it's not really diverse enough to listen front to back multiple times. But still, some solid tracks.
I wouldn't care if bbno$'s producers fell off the face of the Earth and never came back. This is y'all's fault it ain't better. Some of these could just be bbno$ songs with Yung Gravy features. Besides that, in Baby Gravy 1 (and in a few of Yung Gravy's songs), they were way better at switching during a verse. Here, their lines don't flow together and it just sounds forced. Could be because both of their styles are more developed now and clash more but idk, that's a stretch.
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Added on: February 7, 2020