Dababy has promised his fans that his forthcoming Album titled ‘Classic’ is dope and will have to be his third album to top the BillBoard Charts. According to him, his fans should expect nothing less from the soon-to-be-released album. The rapper has maintained a remarkable consistency since he broke into the limelight in 2019 with his debut Album Baby On Baby. Since then, Baby has been unstoppable and his energy and lyrical flow have been amazing. He posted, “So, all you dirty dog ass, dickriding, hating ass bitches, understand me, man. When this new one drops, I’m a politely let you muthafuckas get right back on this dick, n-gga… right back on this muthafuckin’ dick, n-gga, as soon as that new shit drop, ’cause I’m cut like that, n-gga.”
Two of his albums topped the Billboard charts, he has attained several multi-platinum plaques and attained six Grammy nominations. Apart from all that, he seems to be just starting, he has been spending sleepless nights working tirelessly in the studio to make his new album ‘Classic’ a success.
Dababy’s iconic Hip Hop influence has attracted Hip Hop heavyweights like 50 Cent. On Friday, July 16th, 50 Cent posted a shout-out to Dababy recognizing the immense potential, influence, and talent. He was also on the guestlist for 50 Cents Power Book III: Raising Kaanan Premiere Party.
Photos from the party showed 50 Cent, Dababy, NLE Choppa, Joey Bada$$, and other prominent celebrities donning 90’s vintage fashion designs. 50 Cent seemed to be impressed by Baby’s musical progress as he posted o his Twitter handle,
“Raising Kanan premier was so lit last night,” 50 wrote in the caption. “Everybody came through. @dababy is a problem, I gotta keep him from killing you ni66a’s. I don’t know why it’s funny, but he real wit da shit.” According to the G-Units boss, Baby is a problem, he is untouchable and at his own level.