/  11.12.2021


There are a handful of people that knew what was up with DaBaby before he blew up. Once the world really got put on to him back in 2018 when they heard the intro “Next Song” from his mixtape Blank Blank, it was given that he would be one of the biggest and hottest rappers today. Since his arrival to the industry, the Blame It On Baby rapper has been an overachiever with everything he’s done so far and he will only elevate higher each time. Having recently announced his upcoming “Live Show Killa” tour, DaBaby took fans by surprise announcing the release of his new EP Back On My Baby Jesus Shit Again — and the title speaks for itself. If you know, you know.

The new project comes less than three weeks after the North Carolina rapper re-appeared on the Rolling Loud stage in New York City, months after his controversial comments during Rolling Loud Miami. A rep for Rolling Loud spoke to TMZ on Thursday (November 4) and explained the company “supports second chances” and believes DaBaby has learned from his mistakes.

During his appearance on the Drink Champs podcast with N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN, Kanye West was asked why he would support DaBaby and Marilyn Manson during his rollout for DONDA in August. Manson is accused of numerous sexual abuse allegations from former partners: “When I sit next to Marilyn Manson and DaBaby right after both of them got canceled for five songs, it’s like, they can’t cancel us all,” he said. “They’ll hit you with an accusation of somebody that you was with 10 years ago.

As far as Back On Baby Jesus Shit Again is concerned, DaBaby is rapping in his purest form and tapped on Kodak Black and 21 Savage to contribute. If you thought the Charlotte rapper would be cancelled, you thought wrong. Check it out now!

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