This past April saw the release of DaBaby’s third studio LP BLAME IT ON BABY, which saw 13 tracks and features from Quavo, Future, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Megan Thee Stallion, and more. Then, August saw the North Carolina star up the ante with a deluxe edition, adding ten new tracks to the overall effort — including the Black Lives Matter remix of the Roddy Ricch-assisted chart-topper “ROCKSTAR.” Today, DaBaby reveals a new visual for the deluxe cut “PRACTICE,” which sees production from Sean Da Firzt and shows DaBaby flexing his wealth, success and sexual prowess:
“I do my lil’ dancy-dance, I fill up my pants with bands, quit playing, lil’ n***a, and I don’t think the talk is cheap, ‘cause now when they talk to me, they paying me, n***a, I probably say the word “n***a” too much, I’m a real n***a, I don’t be giving a f***/
Tommy Hilfiger ‘fits with the s*** coming up, when you stay down like this, you rock Fendi and stuff, he broke as hell, put a boot on him, I hit the b***h, put her out, put a move on her.../”
The visual comes courtesy of Gemini Vision and shows DaBaby with his family, friends, and crew, including his uncle and Billion Dollar Baby artist Stunna 4 Vegas. Viewers also see a lot of dope whips doing donuts and young bikers in BDB merch taking over the streets. The clip end with some new music from DaBaby’s son Caleb, who’s currently celebrating his birthday.
Following its first week of release, BLAME IT ON BABY earned DaBaby his second number one on the Billboard 200 thanks to 124,000 album equivalent units sold. The deluxe edition helped earn him another 52,000 units.
Press play on DaBaby’s “PRACTICE” video below.