In his new project, DaBaby reflects on the death of his older brother.
Taking to Twitter, the Grammy-nominated rapper announced the record on Wednesday, sharing its official cover art and a 1-minute snippet of the title track. In the song, Dababy recalls childhood moments with his big brother Glenn Johnson, who died earlier this month at age 34.
“MY BROTHERS KEEPER” #LONGLIVEG🕊 pic.twitter.com/wMdJN5iKXo
— DaBaby (@DaBabyDaBaby) November 19, 2020
DaBaby raps, “Though you was the oldest so you got it worst/You was the oldest so you got it first. I was the baby so I got it easy…Feel like a prisoner of my mind, no one to talk to/Never let depression go unchecked, that sh*t’ll cost you.”
‘My Brother’s Keeper (Long Live G)’ which features Meek Mill, NoCap, and Polo G is available on Spotify as well as the video for ‘Gucci Peacoat’ is also available.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police reported, Glenn Johnson was found dead in a parking lot on November 3rd near University City. Conclusions for investigation state he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. He was survived by three daughters and a son.