DaBaby has just released his newest project, Blame It On Baby (Deluxe). This album is a continuation of his Blame It On Baby LP and features 10 new tracks.
The 10 new tracks are prioritize at the beginning of the album with the first track being “BILLBOARD BABY,” which signifies his presence on the charts the last couple years. Notable features include Young Thug, Gunna, Stunna 4 Vegas and more.
Up and coming rapper Jack Harlow has just released his official music video for his ‘What’s Poppin’ remix. The song and video features Lil Wayne, DaBaby and Tory Lanez. In addition to the star-studded cast, the Louisville rapper also showcases a new verse for the song.
Check out the video below.
Pop Smoke’s posthumous album Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon was released Friday and has received great reviews. The 50 Cent executive produced album, along with the blessing of Pop’s label head, Steven Victor proved to fans that the album was much needed.
Checkout the music visualizer for ‘For The Night’ from the album featuring Lil Baby and DaBaby above.
DaBaby and Roddy Ricch join forces to take on the zombie apocalypse for the official music video for their radio hit, “Rockstar.”
In this action-packed seven-minute video, the duo can be seen with heavy artillery in the woods as they prepare to kill the undead hordes. The performance sequence of the video shows DaBaby and Roddy in an open field as they’re surrounded by zombies playing instruments.
The “Rockstar” track is featured on DaBaby’s recent album, Blame It on Baby, which was released back in April.
Riding off the success of his hit ‘What’s Poppin,’ Jack Harlow drops off the official visualizer for the remix.
The Louisville rapper enlisted a star-studded lineup for the assist, featuring DaBaby, Tory Lanez and Lil Wayne. The official visualizer features each artist rapping with select words from their rhymes appearing around them in a creative animated presentation which was created by Francis Thomasovich.
Not one to let this quarantine stop his creativity, DaBaby unleashes his music video for ‘Can’t Stop.’
Directed by Reel Goats, this video is a day in the life of the Charlotte rapper as he’s shown spending quality time with his kids and letting the naysayers know that there’s no stopping him. His album Blame It On Baby is available now.
DaBaby drops his first music video, “Jump” featuring NBA YoungBoy in honor of releasing his surprise album Blame It On Baby Friday.
If you remember the hilarious 1-800-Blame-It-On-Baby album teaser, then you understand the premise of the music video. The Charlotte rapper’s visuals are always entertaining and this time, adds a quarantine-styled theme so we all could relate.
DaBaby has just released an official visual for his newest single, “Find My Way.” The 10- minute long video is directed by Reel Goats, and features popular influencer B. Simone, whose no stranger to having a crush on the Charlotte rapper.
Check out the Bonnie and Clyde style video from DaBaby below.
Lil Yachty hits us with a visual for his single, ‘Oprah’s Bank Account.’ The video is a hilarious rendition of The Oprah Winfrey Show and Lil Boat even dresses up as the talk show queen. “Boprah” can be seen interviewing Drake in the studio where he makes light of certain situations and ongoing jokes about himself and Yachty plays the part of concerned host well.
Next, on location, the second interview is with DaBaby where he also pokes fun at himself regarding his name and rap style. All in all, it makes for a hilarious and fun visual. Check it out below.
After a successful smash last month with their “Life Is Good” single, Future and Drake have enlisted DaBaby and Lil Baby for the remix. How’s it sounding?