Being a star sometimes requires more than talent, it also takes a mind of steel. This quality clearly does not seem to be lacking in Dababy. Despite the reactions from everywhere that marred his personality, the rapper remained unperturbed. In return, the American artist responds to his fans by releasing a new project. He unveils this Friday “ Back on my baby Jesus shit again ”.
A return full of charisma
The Ohio native found himself facing backlash from his audience and colleagues. A few months ago, Dababy was fired from a festival for making indecent comments. This act which moved the canvas plunged the rapper into an uncomfortable state. The debates of rage and declarations of discontent multiplied as the lyricist prepared a new movement. But to remedy this situation which annoys his music lovers, here he is back in force. After a few weeks of announcements, it is in particular on November 12 that Dababy launches hostilities.
Through a post on Instagram, the rapper from Charlotte is making a powerful comeback. “6 songs, all hits, two feauturings, Midnight ”, it is in so few words that the rapper confirms the official release of his project. This new opus is the sequel to his mixtape “Back on my baby Jesus shit ” released in November 2017. Despite his full album “ Blame it on baby ” in 2020 and his wide range of sounds in 2021, Dababy returns to his old project. It took 4 long years of waiting to know the rest of “Back on my baby Jesus shit ”.
This new release is a magnificent achievement produced by BUSCO in collaboration with Glacier and Wolf. Entirely recorded under the Interscope Records label, the album includes 6 tracks that the author already considers hits. With songs like “Draws” or “Roof”, the album will only have waited for dawn to start playing in a loop. We also find the native rapper of Cleveland near two other colleagues. First, he sits alongside Kodak Black to offer “LEVELS” before finishing the album near 21 Savage in “Sticked up”.
A good excuse for “Baby Jesus” after the Miami incident
“Baby Jesus” was the blase that echoed on the rapper’s head until 2016 when he was changed. Dababy explains it clearly in the intro of his 2016 mixtape “God’s work”. But in recent months, this change has been noticed in some of the rapper’s words. It is with good reason that he has alienated a few rappers and especially a whole raised crowd. Indeed, the 30-year-old rapper made an extraordinary entry at the Rolling Doud festival in Miami.
His homophobic and serophobic remarks did not fail to react on the spot and other rappers. Hissed and booed by festival-goers in Grant Park, the author of “Rockstar” was fired from the festival whose agenda had to be changed. Through posts on social networks, Dababy apologized by reassuring that no minority was targeted. An apology that clearly was not enough because part of his fan club turned his back on him. The rapper seems to have found the best formula to apologize through his new album that we invite you to discover.