Armed with a face mask in his new album art, DaBaby the American rapper from North Carolina is not letting the coronavirus pandemic stop him. The rapper has just dropped his new album, Blame It on Baby, today the 17th of April.
This is 7 months after his last album, Kirk, and just 13 months after his debut album, Baby on Baby. Is he trying to get them all out before he’s DaGrown Man? While several musicians have delayed their albums as a result of the corona virus, DaBaby is moving forward fearlessly.
It’s the kind of confidence you move with when your songs are known to become TikTok hits and TikTok hits are known to become Billboard hits. “Toes” and “Vibez” from Kirk both went TikTok-viral, and Baby on Baby’s “Suge” was huge across TikTok, Dubsmash, and Triller. So the bops are incoming.
After the rapper teased an April 17 release this week, fans were expecting another single like “Find My Way,” which came out on April 1. If you haven’t learned the Toosie Slide at this point, forget about it. Starting this Friday, there’ll probably be a few new dances flooding your feed.
Also featured on the album is Future, Roddy Ricch, Quavo, Megan Thee Stallion, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, and Ashanti.
You can stream the new album on Apple music: