Spotify awards Lil Baby 2020's Most Valuable Player in the fan-voted Rap Caviar superlatives.
Lil Baby is 2020s Most Valuable Player according to Spotify listeners. The streaming service crowned the Atlanta rap star the MVP in their superlatives announced on Tuesday (October 6) through their RapCaviar page. Fans voted for the coveted MVP title from Spotifys option pool of the late Pop Smoke, Roddy Ricch, Lil Uzi Vert and the My Turn rapper. They also awarded Young Thug with Coach of the Year, while fans voted 2020 Rookie of the Year to be Don Toliver View this post on Instagram A post shared by RapCaviar(@rapcaviar) on Oct 6, 2020 at 3:05pm PDT The nominees were chosen by the RapCaviar editors based on their performance on the playlist as well as elsewhere on Spotify, with fans voting on the MVP and Rookie of the Year awards through social media polls. Tolivers been on fire since 2020 began, appearing on albums from the likes of the legendary Nasto the elusive Dom Kennedy going gold with his appearanceon Internet Moneys Lemonadewith NAV and Gunna and releasing his debut studio album, . The 12-track LP arrived in March and featured appearances from Travis Scott, Quavo, Offset and more. View this post on Instagram A post shared by RapCaviar(@rapcaviar) on Oct 6, 2020 at 11:47am PDT View this post on Instagram A post shared by RapCaviar(@rapcaviar) on Oct 6, 2020 at 8:01am PDT Lil Baby has also had quite the year, and currently stands as the first and only artist to go 2x platinumin 2020. The feat is thanks to his My Turn album released in February, which soon became both the top selling and top streaming album in the country for 2020 with over four billion streams to date. In June, the Atlanta rap star stepped into activism and took a stance for Black Lives Matter with the release of The Bigger Picture. All proceeds from the song were donated to The National Association of Black Journalists Breonna Taylors Attorney, The Bail Project and BLM. He took a step back from politics months later, however, telling GQ it was becoming a bit too muchfor him. The more Im seeing whats up with all that shit, the more Im like, Let me back up off politics, he said. I dont want to be no Malcolm X or Martin Luther . I stuck my nose in it. Im good on that.