It’s now officially been over a month since DaBaby’s album, Blame It On Baby, has released and fans are very disappointed.
Although the album is filled with features such as: Future, Megan The Stallion, Roddy Ricch, Quavo, and other wildly successful artists; it yet fails to live up to his previous album’s high standards.
Shortly after DaBaby dropped his project people started leaving bad feedback. See what some people say about their experience with Blame It On Baby, while taking a listen yourself.
For what it’s worth, there seems to be a kernel of truth in each scenario. While DaBaby does add singing to many of his tracks, he also relies heavily on his usual delivery when he isn’t crooning and while his producers employ plenty of interesting sounds and even beat switches, they stick closely to their signature collection of 808 drum kits and snare rolls that, while nearly omnipresent in pretty much all of hip-hop today, may not showcase as much variety for a rapper who’s releasing projects at a six-month clip. One thing is for sure, though: You can’t please everybody, even when you given them exactly what they think they want.
Blame It On Baby is out now on Interscope Records. Get it here.
I’m sure we can all agree to hope to see a more diverse album in the future. Kirk has been received by the media and his fans very well, but Blame It On Baby not so much.