DaBaby gets to chopping in his brand new song preview, showing the haters that he's got an arsenal of flows on deck.
Though the long-running joke may suggest otherwise, yes, DaBaby does have a variety of flows in his arsenal. In fact, he showcased several on Blame It On Baby, though some remained adamant in their dislike for the North Carolina rapper. In fact, even if DaBaby channeled the spirit of Bizzy Bone himself, it's likely those same naysayers would stand with arms crossed and scowls unrelenting.
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Luckily, those detractors haven't stopped DaBaby from continuously moving to one-up himself. Not only is he seemingly dedicated to keeping his two-albums-per-year output -- for better or worse -- but he also appears to be putting in extra work in the studio. Today, he took to his Instagram story to preview an unreleased track, one that sounds like one of his most experimental thus far. Sounding vaguely like a vintage Timbaland production, the instrumental features a wealth of playful woodwinds that seem to frolic over his signature distorted 808s.
It's DaBaby himself who steals the show, however, hopping over the beat and letting fly a slick double-time flow. "I don't really give a fuck about how you feel homie, put the alphabet on him," he raps. "Put the A.R on him, put the F&N on him." Check it out for yourself, and sound off if you're looking forward to hearing this one drop in full.