While he was on The Breakfast Club, Lil Baby talked about his relationship with his Quality Control labelmates, and Lil Yachty.

He earned his very first number one album with My Turn, Atlanta rapper Lil Baby is finally utilizing his full potential. Lil Baby had assistance in the project from Gunna, Future, Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, Moneybagg Yo, among others, and the piece of work is among the highest-selling releases of the entire year, marking an important moment in the Quality Control artist’s career. Quit surprising, he failed to feature any of his labelmates on the project, which is kinda unrepresentative of what Quality Control has been about in previous years. When Lil Baby was questioned regarding the topic when he appeared on The Breakfast Club this week, he explained why that happened, giving details about his relationships with the City Girls, the Migos and Lil Yachty.

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“Damn, that’s crazy,” said Lil Baby, when he realized he unintentionally left off all of his QC brothers and sisters from My Turn. He then went on to talk about how he and the Migos don’t really make much music together because of their different vibes, he noted that his relationship with Lil Yachty is a little more complicated.

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“[Lil] Yachty is my man. Shout out to Yachty. He was like the first person at QC to grab me under his wing on some rap shit. Now I’m gone all the time, so he kinda feels like I don’t really fuck with him like that, but I really do,” said Baby about Lil Boat. “It ain’t that at all.”

About Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff, Lil Baby says that he has a song on the way with Quavo and another artist, but that he doesn’t necessarily match vibes with the other two members of the group.

Watch below Lil Baby on The Breakfast Club below.