Taking to social media, DaBaby revealed to the world that tonight (August 4) will see the release of BLAME IT ON BABY (Deluxe), which will consist of ten new tracks. To hold the fans over, the North Carolina star liberates a new visual from the updated album for “PEEPHOLE,” which is produced by Quay Global and sees DaBaby rapping about women and more:
“Baby, he don’t wanna be a player no more, I was lookin’ out the peephole with it, every time I turned around, I had a player outside the door, now a n***a goin’ beast mode with it/
I got fifteen beds, we ain’t layin’ on the floor, I done hit a lotta freak h***, n***a, get safe, safe for you to say that, I’m a hoI’m out the game, I’m not a player anymore…/”
The video comes courtesy of Reel Goats and is more simple and to-the-point than previous clips, with DaBaby taking part in what looks like his BLAME IT ON BABY (Deluxe) photo shoot, rocking threads like Gucci and Burberry in various settings.
The original version of BLAME IT ON BABY was released back in April and landed DaBaby his second number one on the Billboard 200 thanks to 124,000 album equivalent units sold. The project also boasted the single “ROCKSTAR,” which features Roddy Ricch — that track became DaBaby’s first number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
In addition to his own releases, DaBaby has also been providing assists for several artists throughout the year, including DaniLeigh, Jack Harlow, Future, Blueface, and Young T & Bugsey. He also made an appearance on Pop Smoke’s posthumous debut album Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon, joining the late Brooklyn rapper and past collaborator Lil Baby on “For The Night.”
Press play on “PEEPHOLE” below.