When will DaBaby and Offset collab drop? Fans can't wait as rapper teases 'Blame it on Baby' deluxe album
Rapper DaBaby took to his Instagram on August 1 to tease upcoming music. The Grammy-nominated 'Cash Shit' rapper shared a clip with new music that will appear on his upcoming deluxe version of 'Blame it on Baby'. "TUESDAY. #DELUXE Muufucka," he wrote in the caption. The new clip shows DaBaby sitting in his car and spitting lines at a rapid pace while smoking marijuana.
DaBaby announced that his third studio album 'Blame it on Baby' is getting additional tracks and is releasing this month. On July 31, he told his near 14M followers on Instagram that the record's updated version will arrive on August 4 with 10 new tracks. "Don’t tell the label I told you this but it’s #ReallyABrandNewAlbum," he said.
Although his fans are excited for the new music, some are hoping the deluxe version will feature his previously teased collaboration with rapper Offset. "We all want the song with Offset," says a fan. In February, DaBaby gave a sneak peak of the unreleased collab with Offset when he shared a video that he filmed on the app, Triller. Until 'Blame it on Baby' arrived on April 17, fans were expecting the track but it never released.
The 13-track, 33-minute album featured a star-studded cast of artists that included Roddy Ricch, Quavo and Megan Thee Stallion. Ricch featured on 'Rockstar', Quavo featured on 'Pick Up' and Megan featured on 'Nasty' which also featured Ashanti. Other collaborative tracks included 'Jump' (featuring YoungBoy Never Broke Again), and 'Drop' (featuring A Boogie wit da Hoodie and London on da Track), 'Lightskin Shit' (featuring Future and JetsonMade).
With 'Blame It on Baby', the rapper landed his second No. 1 album on the Billboard 200, ultimately dethroning the Weeknd's 'After Hours' which placed at No. 1 for four consecutive weeks. DaBaby's 2020 LP is the follow up to his critically acclaimed 2019 project 'Kirk', which was also the rapper's first No. 1 LP to debut on the chart.
When it comes to collaborations, DaBaby has a ton. His most notable tracks that featured famous special guests include the remix of 'Panini' with Lil Nas X, 'Oprah's Bank Account' with Lil Yachty featuring Drake, and 'I'm a Star' with Locx. As a featured guest, DaBaby has worked with G Step, Roscoe Dash, Lizzo, Gucci Mane, Post Malone, Chance the Rapper. The list can go on and on. If DaBaby is releasing a song with Offset, it will mark his third collaboration with the rapper after 2019's 'Baby Sitter' and 'Pink Toes' which also featured Quality Control and Gunna.