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DaBaby hangs with his daughter for “More Money More Problems” video

The single can be found on DaBaby’s latest release ‘My Brother’s Keeper (Long Live G).’

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DaBaby
Video screenshot/Gemini Vision

Over the weekend, DaBaby released a new EP titled My Brother’s Keeper (Long Live G), which was created in honor of his older late brother Glenn Johnson. The project sees seven tracks and features from Meek Mill, NoCap, Polo G, and Toosii.

Today, the North Carolina star unveiled a visual from the release for “More Money More Problems,” which is produced by SethInTheKitchen and sees DaBaby giving an update of sorts on his current lifestyle:

“When I leave, they gon’ follow me out, watch this, fuck what these n***as talkin’ about, I just created a lane and took over the muhfuckin’ game, and they soughted me out/

I just got three hundred K for a show during COVID-19, I’m still hot in the drought I’m on fire, nigga, they can’t tell you I ain’t keep it real, what she gon’ do? My bitch eat the dick like it’s ribs, I got the stick, we gon’ see who gon’ live.../”

Directed by Gemini Vision, the accompanying clip mainly shows DaBaby and his daughter Princess Renny in different rooms of his lavish residence, which he dubbed the Kirk Estate. The Billion Dollar Baby star can also be seen riding in the back of his luxury whip while smoking a cigar. It’s clear that the chaos that’s engulfed this year hasn’t stopped DaBaby or his team from making money.

Prior to My Brother’s Keeper (Long Live G), DaBaby liberated his third studio album Blame It on Baby, which contained 13 cuts and additional appearances from Quavo, Future, Roddy Ricch, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Megan Thee Stallion, and more. Blame It on Baby also became DaBaby’s second album to top the Billboard 200 thanks to 124,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release.

Press play on “More Money More Problems” below.

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