DaBaby pays tribute to late brother on new album ‘My Brother’s Keeper’
DaBaby’s new album is a tribute to his older brother, Glenn Johnson, who died of an apparent suicide earlier this month.
The rapper released his EP, called “My Brother’s Keeper (Long Live G),” on Friday “in commemoration of his late brother G,” according to a press release from Interscope Records.
On the title track, the heartbroken performer talks about the brothers’ shared childhood struggles, as well as Glenn’s death.
“I’ve been hurt and had no feelings since we lost you / Feel like a prisoner of my mind, no one to talk to / Never let depression go unchecked, that s–t will cost you,” he raps.
The 28-year-old also raps the line, “G, you had to go, go pick a grave and get a shovel,” near the end of the song.
Hours before the surprise, 7-track album launch, DaBaby wrote on Instagram, “LONG LIVE MY BIG BROTHER🖤🕊#MyBrothersKeeper (LongLiveG)💿 -From Baby Bruh to you. EP. Midnight.”
Glenn, who had four children, reportedly died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound just hours after sharing a video to social media where he was crying and had a gun.
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