DaBaby’s ‘Blame It On Baby’ to feature Roddy Ricch, Future, Ashanti and more
The album is expected to drop this Friday (April 17).
DaBaby has announced the features list for his forthcoming album, Blame It On Baby. In an Instagram post shared on Wednesday (April 15), the Charlotte-bred star revealed that his third studio album will see collaborations with Future, Roddy Ricch, Quavo, Megan Thee Stallion, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Ashanti.
“‘BLAME IT ON BABY’ THIS FRIDAY MF!” DaBaby first announced the project via Instagram on Monday (April 13).
The upcoming collaboration between DaBaby and Roddy was previously teased on Roddy’s Instagram Story, along with the caption, “2 of the greatest.” The track will mark the first time that the hit-makers have collaborated together.
DaBaby and Megan last teamed up on “Cash Shit,” off Megan’s 2019 mixtape, Fever. His upcoming song with Future will follow their previous collaboration on the “Life Is Good (Remix),” which also tapped Lil Baby and Drake.
DaBaby last worked with YoungBoy Never Broke Again on Gucci’s Woptober II in the collaborated track, “Richer Than Errybody.” The “Bop” rapper was also featured on A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s recently released album Artist 2.0 on “Stain.” As for Quavo and Ashanti, Blame It On Baby will mark DaBaby’s first time collaborating with both artists.
Blame It On Baby will serve as a follow-up to DaBaby’s critically acclaimed sophomore album KIRK, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 last year. Spanning across 13 tracks, the record included features from Migos, his protege Stunna 4 Vegas, Lil Baby, Moneybagg Yo, Nicki Minaj, Chance the Rapper, Gucci Mane, YK Osiris and Kevin Gates. KIRK was propelled to the No. 1 spot with the success of hits “Pop Star,” “Bop,” “Toes” and “Intro.”
DaBaby’s debut studio album Baby On Baby also arrived last year and peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard 200. The album included his breakout single “Suge,” as well as collaborations with Offset, Rich Homie Quan, Stunna 4 Vegas and Rich The Kid.
Blame It On Baby is expected to drop this Friday (April 17). Check out the album’s features list below.
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