Do you remember when Baby Keem broke the floor at St. Andrews?
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Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers
- Savior (Interlude) (Instrumental)
- Rich (Interlude)
- m.A.A.d city (First Part)
- We Cry Together (Partial)
- Swimming Pools (Drank) (Intro and Chorus)
- Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe (His verses from the remix)
- LUST. (Partial)
Laura Hardy caught the best part of the show. When Kendrick Lamar and Baby Keem took Detroit to church.
Another Twitter user said: "Was Waiting All Night For Yall To Perform This Lol Def Was Worth The Wait, Energy Was Stupid."
Yes! He broke the floor.
If you have never listened to Baby Keem, here is a playlist to help you out.
Detroit Artist in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
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