DaBaby continues his impressive run after breaking out last year, the Charlotte, North Carolina had an amazing 2019 releasing two major chart topping studio albums and also featuring on dozens of other people’s songs, and vaulted up near the top of rap’s A-list.
In the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic outbreak, many rappers and film makers postponed their projects to later dates, some even indefinitely but after artist such as Lil Uzi Vert, The weeknd and small group of others went on to release their major album, we have seen a massive output of projects since then and it looks like DaBaby is ready to join that exclusive small group of artist.
DaBaby on April 14, surprised fans that he will be releasing a new album titled ‘Blame It On Baby’ today Friday, the rapper has been teasing the follow-up to his Billboard number one ‘KIRK’ project for some time now but we did not expect to see an album at these time.
Just few hours ago before the release, the rapper took to Instagram to preview two of the tracks off, then later on reveal that Future, Quavo, Roddy Ricch, Megan Thee Stallion, NBA Youngboy, and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie will be making appearances on the album.
The rapper has also faced tons of legal trouble over various physical altercations — including, most recently, apparently slapping a woman while on the way to the stage in Tampa
‘Blame It On Baby’ album has now been release on all major streaming platforms. Stream below and let us know what comes to mind via comment below.
Blame It On Baby Tracklisting:
1. CAN’T STOP
2. PICK UP (Feat. Quavo)
3. LIGHTSKIN SH*T (Feat. Future and jetsonmade)
4. TALK ABOUT IT
5. SAD SHIT
6. FIND MY WAY
7. ROCKSTAR(Feat. Roddy Ricch)
8. JUMP (Feat. YoungBoy Never Broke Again)
10. DROP (Feat. A Boogie wit da Hoodie and London On Da Track)
11. BLAME IT ON BABY
12. NASTY (Feat. Ashanti and Megan Thee Stallion)
13. AMAZING GRACE
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