This year, the North Carolina rapper continued his incredible streak of features by appearing on a staggering 11 — and also found time to release seven of his own singles, including team-ups with Drake, Camila Cabello, and more. He dropped his third album in 13 months, Blame It on Baby, in April, and saw his Roddy Ricch collab “Rockstar” hit No. 1. That tune has spent 18 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 as of this writing, which speaks to the kind of longevity DaBaby has cultivated in such a short amount of time. At this year’s VMAs, he’s also nominated for Best Hip-Hop and Best Choreography, and his Cabello collaboration, “My Oh My,” also landed one for Best Cinematography. He’ll bring the full expanse of his power to the stage, too, as one of the night’s performers. The man never sleeps.
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