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[#FULL#] Dababy Blame It on Baby (^Deluxe^) Album Download Zip

[@Zip~Mp@] Dababy Blame It on Baby (Deluxe) Album Download 

[@Zip~Mp^Full@] Dababy Blame It on Baby (Deluxe) Album Download  Catch DaBaby’s announcement below and look for the deluxe version of Blame It on Baby to release August 4. Continuing his domination of the hip-hop world, DaBaby recently announced the release of the deluxe version of Blame It on Baby.


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Taking to Instagram, the Charlotte rapper revealed the updated version of his second No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 charts with a new cover. DaBaby also noted a release date and that the deluxe take will feature 10 new tracks. Going on to say, “Don’t tell the label I told you this but it’s #ReallyABrandNewAlbum.”

Originally released back in April, Blame It on Baby featured 13-tracks and features from Future, Roddy Ricch, Quavo, Megan Thee Stallion, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, and Ashanti.


DaBaby took to his Instagram story and did a heat check. After conducting a poll, DaBaby decides to keep the music coming. On Tuesday (August 4), DaBaby will release the deluxe of his album Blame It On Baby.

The North Carolina rockstar previewed new music and it may just be a hit. It doesn’t fall under “repetitive” category that many place him under. Check out the preview below and look out for the deluxe to be released on Tuesday.

The rapper announced that the record’s updated version will arrive on Aug. 4 with 10 new tracks. “Don’t tell the label I told you this but it’s #ReallyABrandNewAlbum,” he wrote in the Instagram caption.

It was only a matter of time until DaBaby released a deluxe edition of his 2020 album Blame It On Baby. With seemingly every other artist in music releasing bulked-up versions of their 2020 projects after a few months — or even just a week, as in the case of Lil Uzi Vert’s deluxe edition of Eternal Atake/Lil Uzi Vert Vs. The World 2 — it was inevitable that Blame It On Baby would get the same treatment. After all, it was one of 2020’s most successful projects, debuting at No.1 despite a lukewarm reception from fans and spawning a No.1 hit single in “Rockstar” featuring Roddy Ricch.

DaBaby is growing rather comfortable at the top of the Billboard charts this year, as he became one of only a handful of artists to land three songs in the Hot 100’s top ten thanks to “Rockstar,” his feature on Jack Harlow’s “What’s Poppin” remix, and his feature on Pop Smoke’s “For The Night.” Not bad for an artist who started the year defending himself from criticism that he never changes his flow and claiming that he would lose millions of dollars as a result of COVID-19 precautions.

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