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lil Baby

lil Baby

Regular price $24.99 USD
Regular price $39.99 USD Sale price $24.99 USD
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Dominique Jones was born in Atlanta, Georgia on December 3, 1994. Though he was born into a lower middle class family, he did not allow his upbringing to define his future. He was two years old when his father left the family, leaving his single mother to raise him and his two sisters alone. He grew up hanging with friends like Young Thug and Gunna. Jones would often times turn to the “street life” as a way to create an income for his family. Though he was not struggling academically, Jones would repeatedly get in trouble, resulting in him dropping out of Booker T. Washington High School in the ninth grade. When the street activity caught up with him, he spent periods of time in jail and was eventually sentenced to prison at 19. He served two years on weapons and drug charges. As an adolescent, Lil Baby leaned more toward a life of petty crime and street hustling, while his friends went on to thrive in the music industry. He always had a passion for music, street activity was his means of income. Upon his release from prison in 2017, Lil Baby jump-started his rap career with a mixtape called Perfect Timing. During this time, many mainstream artists pleaded with Lil Baby to get out of the street life and take music more seriously. It was during this season that he finally accepted his calling to rap. 

 7.5 oz. Heavy Weight

- Oversized/Relaxed with slight drop shoulder streetwear fit

- 100% USA cotton

- Shoulder-to-shoulder neck tape and double-needle stitched neck

- double-needle stitched sleeve and bottom hems

- Heavy-duty knitting

- Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease


100% Cotton

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Care Instructions

To prevent shrinking and wrinkling,wash 100% cotton in cold water using a gentle cycle. And let the clothes dry naturally by hanging them on a clothing line outside or laying them down on a towel in the laundry room. Warm or hot water can melt fibers and dyes and also damage fabrics.

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