- DaBaby has demonstrated exactly how significant he is with his initial three collections getting along enormous numbers on particular Billboard 200.
- This Charlotte rapper has haters appearing for him.
On Thursday (July 8), the “ROCKSTAR” hitmaker decided to his Instagram Stories to react to those slighting him by affirming his new collection is coming and that it’ll wind up arriving at the No. 1 spot.
“This will be my third back-to-back No. 1 collection; you see what I’m saying?” DaBaby broadcasted. “Thus, all you grimy canine ass, dickriding, despising ass bitches, get me, man. At the point when this new one drops, I’ma cordially let you muthafuckas get directly back on this dick, n-gga… directly back on this muthafuckin’ dick, n-gga, when that new poop drop, ’cause I’m cut like that, n-gga.”
He proceeded, “I’m awesome doing what I do, so accept that, man. A new collection coming will be a No. 1 collection. Will be No. 1 on Billboard once more, all that pussy ass poop. You bitches be prepared, man. Trim your shoes, man. It’s going time.”
DaBaby’s last two collections, Blame It on Baby and KIRK, both appeared at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 outline in consecutive years. Pin It on Baby sold approximately 124,000 complete collection identical units in April 2020, with KIRK selling around 145,000 all-out collection comparable units in October 2019.
Concerning his presentation collection, Baby on Baby crested at No. 7 in March 2019. In June, DaBaby took to online media to announce himself the best rapper and asserted a few specialists are terrified to work with him.
“Best of rapper and I’m on ALLAT crap these n-gas LIE about,” he composed. “I’m his fur. If an-gga isn’t trying to work with the real thang, he SCARED. The best expected to contend w/the best These n-gas simply TALK like they like that SHUUUUT UP.”
DaBaby delivered his most recent single, “Red Light Green Light,” on June 25, present No. 51 on the Hot 100. “Ball If I Want To” is likewise No. 56 after topping at No. 39, while his Dua Lipa cooperation “Suspending” still holds firm at No. 4.