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Lil Baby Is Kind Of Humble-Bragging But Then Again Not Really On 'Woah'

He has about 33 times the cost of traditional metal braces in his mouth

Lil Baby's wallet meets the height requirement to ride on a roller coaster at an amusement park. The wealthy rapper — after rich, then wealthy, there's wealthy — likes to give fans the inside scoop on how he makes bragging an art form, so he's graciously released a new single named "Woah" that's the king of flexes.

By centering a song around an ad-lib, Lil Baby makes it that much more of an ear worm. While you're swallowing spoonfuls of envy soup, you'll be anxiously reciting each and every word, aching for just a slice of this pie.

First, some data: The average price range for traditional metal braces is anywhere from $3,000 to $7,000. Now imagine not needing any dental corrective work but somehow having $100,000 in your mouth in the form of fancy denticles. That, my friends, is rich.

On the song, Lil Baby cackles about his bottomless pockets over an exhilaratingly fast beat, all the while exclaiming "Woah!" on the chorus as if even he can't believe he has this kind of money. But then he clears it up with "Work hard and determined / It's safe to say I earned it," which he delivers with a smirk and presumably a pop of his own collar in excitement.

Lil Baby dropped the video for "Out the Mud" with Future in September. In August, he channeled Scarface with DaBaby for the video for their collaboration, "Baby."

Listen to Lil Baby's humble-braggy "Woah" (though it's arguable if it's even humble at all) up above.