Word on the street is that DaBaby and Stunna 4 Vegas are looking to drop a collaborative project together. This week, the North Carolina duo decided to fuel the speculation with a new track titled “No Dribble,” which sees the new mixing street subject matter and basketball terminology over production from SVNDS and Retro Future:
“I’ma shoot at a n***a, no dribble, I pull up with two-hundred bow’s in my rental, they was already sold when I sent ‘em, take a Backwood, I put strong in the middle.../”
The track also comes with a dope visual courtesy of DaBaby’s go-to production team Reel Goats, and shows DaBaby and Stunna 4 Vegas riding in a truck full of chronic, partying with a crowd in a locker room, trading basketball moves in the street, and more. All-in-all, Reel Goats continues to bring the upbeat, fun atmosphere that’s become their signature.
This weekend also saw DaBaby, Stunna 4 Vegas and the rest of his Billion Dollar Baby squad headlining the Headlights Festival, a three-day drive-in event that took place in the Chicago area’s Cross Pointe Park. His performance there also came to fruition with the assistance of upstart pay-per-view platform FutureStream, who are planning many more events of this kind given its achievement in the midst of our new normal.
Currently, DaBaby is still enjoying the chart-topping success of his Roddy Ricch-assisted single “Rockstar,” which continues to hold its position at the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100, along with several other charts around the world. The track — which also saw a remix in support of the Black Lives Matter movement — is derived from his latest album Blame It On Baby, which also saw major success on Billboard thanks to 124,000 album equivalent units during its first week of release.
Press play on “No Dribble” below.