Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill wants DaBaby to know he’s big proud. The Dreamchasers boss came forward this week to show his support for the newly released Blame It On Baby album.
Meek Mill Celebrates DaBaby’s New Album
Meek Mill went to his social media pages this week with a huge salute co-signing DaBaby and his latest record. Mill shared the album cover and encouraged his millions of followers to check out Baby’s latest LP.
“Deserve it all @dababy fire out nowadays” -Meek Mill’s Instagram
Numbers Don’t Lie
This week, Baby took to Instagram to celebrate his project receiving massive success. DB acknowledged his latest solo offering had over 25 million streams in just half an hour.
B*tch had 25 million streams on @spotify first in the first 30 minutes 🤦🏾♂️ #BlameItOnBaby – DaBaby’s Instagram
Wait, There’s More
The Internet can’t get “Nasty” enough. Social media has come forward to geek out over the his new collaboration with Ashanti and Megan Thee Stallion. Support has ranged from users saluting DaBaby for putting out a fire smash song to jaw-dropping reactions to Shanti getting NSFW with her lyrics.
Before You Go
Early Friday, DaBaby’s new must-hear song premiered online. The “Nasty” record features all types of freaky and explicit bedroom lyrics.
“She know I’m nasty (Yeah) She like when I pull it out and I put it all over her a** cheeks (Like, uh, ooh) And she don’t gotta ask me (C’mon) Yeah, I want head before we f*ck and I want it nasty She like when I tell her to spit on it (Like, psh) I get mouth and I sit on the couch and I make her sit on it (Let’s go) Yeah, I was that lil’ n*gga that could take a b*tch from his big homie Especially if she flexible, I flex her I take both her legs and I put ’em behind her head like she a pretzel Then I pick her up and slam her down on her head like I’m a wrestler Like mm, tryna kill the p*ssy, call the ambulance, get a stretcher I be f*cking his b*tch while he ain’t at home And she got them pics of me in her phone Know that man a fool if he don’t leave ‘Cause bitch can’t leave a n*gga alone, she call me” (“Nasty”)