83 Babies is a rap group formed by rappers Lil Tony, Set It Off, and Young Boss Tevo. Although they hail from Durham, North Carolina, rap trio 83 Babies have a distinctly Atlanta trap sound. Rising in the late 2010s, they caught the ear of Rich The Kid, who signed them to his label before they issued their self-titled debut effort, which featured the underground hit "No Cap." 
83 Babies adopted all the typical styling of trap popularized by predecessors like Migos. Early singles included "Lurkin" and "No Hook," but it was "No Cap" that brought them their widest exposure to date. That track was included on their first full-length, 83 Babies, which was issued on Rich the Kid's Rich Forever label. Rich later contributed a verse to "No Cap," extending its life into 2019. That same year, 83 Babies hopped onto the label compilation Rich Forever 4, which turned into a showcase for the trio, who contributed half the set's material with "Drip Layer," "So Nasty," "Tell Me" with Airi, "Numbers" with Tg3 Thr33, and "Get the Bag" and "Chanel Frames" with Bino.
Co-signed by the renowned rapper and label boss, Rich The Kid, 83 Babies rap group have enjoyed recent success, recently signing a major-label deal with Atlantic Records in NYC while continuing to collaborate with high-profile rapper and songwriter, Rich The Kid, a relevant artist in his own right signed to Interscope Records.
83 Babies released their first album in July 2018 and were officially signed by Rich the Kid in March 2019, becoming part of the Rich Forever music family along with several other gifted artists.
In October 2019, 83 Babies member Lil Tony was arrested for a deadly drive-by shooting which took the life of 9-year-old Z'Yon Person and injured an 8-year-old that took place in August 2019 in his hometown of Durham, North Carolina.
He was already being held at the Durham County Jail for previous domestic violence charges.
Lil Tony was charged with first-degree murder, felony conspiracy to commit murder, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious bodily injury, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, five counts of attempted first-degree murder, two counts of discharging a weapon into an occupied property causing serious injury and three counts of discharging a weapon into an occupied vehicle/residence.
Days later, 83 Babies issued a statement on their Instagram story saying that Lil Tony will no longer be apart or associated with the group. If convicted, he will face life in prison without the possibility of parole.