Lil Baby has been consistently dominating the rap game, and his music streams are proof of it.

Since starting his label 4PF (4 Pockets Full) with Quality Control Music in 2016, Lil Baby has been making it clear that he is a force in the music industry based on the accolades he’s racked up.

The music video network shared that the Atlanta rapper was named Vevo’s most-viewed artist of 2021 in the USA. He ranked at the top of Vevo’s US Top Ten Artists By Views, with over 770 million views.

With his impressive amassed views, he took the lead over The Weeknd, who came in at No. 2 with 559 million views. Other pop star faves on the list included newcomers Doja Cat (429 million views) and Lil Nas X (382 million views).

Lil Baby Remains On Top

The achievement is Lil Baby’s second consecutive year being crowned with the chart’s title for the world’s leading music video network.

“For the second year in a row, Lil Baby takes the #1 spot as our most-watched artist in the USA,” Vevo wrote via Instagram. “On the chart he’s joined by The Weeknd, fellow Atlanta native Future, and many more.”

Check out the full list of Vevo's 2021 US Top Ten Artists By Views below:

  1. Lil Baby – 770M views

  2. The Weeknd – 559M views

  3. Future – 481M views

  4. Chris Brown – 476M views

  5. Taylor Swift – 471M views

  6. Ariana Grande – 438M views

  7. Doja Cat – 429M views

  8. Drake – 428M views

  9. Lil Nas X – 382M views

  10. Morgan Wallen – 379M views

Apple Music

The Vevo news follows after Lil Baby secured three top streaming songs on Apple Music.

His collaboration with Drake, “Wants and Needs,” topped the streaming platform’s Top Songs of 2021: USA list, along with his feature on the late Pop Smoke’s “For The Night” ranking at No. 2 and “On Me” at No. 5.

Since he stepped on the scene, Lil Baby has been making it clear that he really is the “Voice of the Heroes.”

In 2020, Lil Baby was crowned Artist of the Year at the second annual Apple Music Awards, according to a press release.

“This year has changed me a lot. Now that I’m an artist, I feel like my voice can get heard through my music and I needed to say something. And my fans listened,” the rap star shared during his celebratory Apple Music performance. “So thank you to my fans and thank you to Apple Music for giving me a special way to connect to my fans.”