Doha, Qatar

Lil Baby dropped off an inspirational anthem celebrating another memorable World Cup coming to a close with Argentina leaving Qatar as champions.

“The World Is Yours To Take” arrived on Sunday (December 18) courtesy of Baby and Tears For Fears, whose 1985 hit “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” — which Nas famously sampled — is sampled on the record.

“I’m by far one of the hardest workers/Real firm believer in Practice make perfect/You can gather all the water, stay thirsty/Took a lot to get us here, we broke curses,” the 4PF boss raps.

Lil Baby preaches about his work ethic on the track—which was created in partnership with Budweiser—and a cinematic visual directed by Director X following the “Drip Too Hard” rhymer across Qatar.

“I’m excited to make history with Budweiser and close out the 2022 FIFA World Cup with this unforgettable video,” Baby added in a statement. “Working with Director X and the amazing people from around the globe, we’re celebrating what it means to bring the world together and inspire people to chase those dreams.”

The Atlanta native is far from home while traversing the sandy desert, driving dune buggies, riding in boats, hitting the stage and walking through the same stadiums hosting the best soccer talent from across the globe.

There’s even some bonus footage on Lil Baby’s Instagram showing how the video came together with Director X at the helm calling the shots.

Argentina won the World Cup on Sunday in a thrilling defeat of France in penalty kicks as Lionel Messi poured in a pair of goals to capture his first elusive Cup.

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Lil Baby put forth another banner year in 2022 as he and Drake tied one another for the most Billboard Hot 100 entries throughout the year. Baby leveled up with his third solo album, It’s Only Me, which saw him become the youngest solo artist — and the third overall — to land an entire album onto the chart.

In November the 4PF rapper was honored with his own day in Atlanta, GA, with November 13 now being officially recognized as Dominique “Lil Baby” Jones Day going forward.  The 27-year-old hitmaker, who was born and raised in Atlanta’s Oakland City neighborhood, received a proclamation from the Atlanta City Council at a special ceremony.

The proclamation cited Lil Baby’s successful Hip Hop career and impact as a “musical ambassador” for Atlanta, as well as his “generous” philanthropic efforts, including the launch of his Four the People Foundation.