DaBaby Unleashes New Album ‘Blame It On Baby’ Featuring Roddy Ricch, Future, Megan Thee Stallion & More
The Charlotte rapper returns with another release, this time around it’s stacked with star-studded appearances.
DaBaby unleashed his second studio album Blame It On Baby late last night. The release is a follow-up to his debut album KIRK which arrived last September.
Amid the additional releases that arrived on Friday, the Charlotte rapper’s project sticks out as it’s equipped with a heavy list of features. Artists who appear on the album include Future, Roddy Ricch, Megan Thee Stallion, Quavo, Ashanti, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and YoungBoy Never Broke Again.
Since it’s typical for labels to organize rollouts with promotions, press appearances, interviews and the like, it’s pretty commendable that DaBaby kept relatively quiet about this release. It doesn’t hurt that the climate we’re in made a press run impossible. Earlier this week on Tuesday, he announced the album. He then dropped the tracklist on Wednesday alongside a funny infomercial “1-800-Blame-it-On-Baby.”
DaBaby keeps up an energetic vibe throughout Blame It On Baby. Our favorite tracks include “Talk About It,” “Pick Up” featuring Quavo and “Nasty” with Megan Thee Stallion and Ashanti. Honestly, we like how on “Talk About It,” the rapper addressed the rumors about his arrest in Miami. The beat on “Pick Up” pairs well with DaBaby and Quavo’s wordplay. “Nasty” is a sneaky follow-up to his previous feature on “Cash Shit” alongside Megan.
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Blame It On Baby features a large share of production by DJ K.I.D. in addition to Jetsonmade, London On Da Track and more. The Charlotte artist recently dropped “Find My Way,” his first single off the album.
When speaking on the project, DaBaby shared, “This album shows that no one is as versatile as me in the game right now; especially this early in their mainstream career,” he said. “During the creative process of Blame It On Baby, I made sure that every single song had the potential to be a hit.”
Stream Blame It On Baby below.