DaBaby drops 'Ball If I Want To', fans say 'he makes hits even under 2 minutes'
'You got the juice and please help destroy mumble rap,' a fan commented on Dababy's 'Ball If I Want To' video on YouTube
DaBaby just dropped his brand new single 'Ball If I Want To'. The North Carolina rapper has steadily built himself as one of the best in the scene since he first emerged in 2015. His work has been acknowledged not just by fans, Joe Biden possibly being one of them, but he's also received the nod from the industry itself. Billboard Music Awards, BET Awards, iHeartRadio Music Awards - DaBaby has several of them under his belt. He was nominated for two Grammys in 2020 and his luck doubled this year after being nominated four times.
DaBaby has achieved commercial success in the past couple of years, including the Blame It On Baby Deluxe album featuring Offset which dropped in August 2020. Judging by early reactions to his recent single 'Ball If I Want To', the rapper seems to have yet another hit on his hands. The video for the song is up as well on YouTube and it's evident that fans aren't disappointed in the least. For those wondering, the lyrical genius side of the rapper sat this one out. DaBaby has glorified his manhood and rapped about his sexual experience with a woman in this track. However, the video looks like a huge party and fortunately has no representation of the lyrics. The single can be streamed on Apple Music and Spotify.
Early fan reactions to 'Ball If I Want To' by DaBaby
"He makes hits even under 2 minutes," a fan noted in the comments of the video posted to DaBaby's official YouTube channel. The video has clocked in 30K likes and over 180K views in just hour after midnight on June 18, when it was first posted. "This man is such an inspiration. he just knows how to make me bop my head like no other," another fan wrote. "Already legendary and this coming from a old head that’s been around this since the 80s. You got the juice and please help destroy mumble rap," noted another fan. "It don’t matter if the song is bad he just got too much energy to not have you dancing," another fan comment read. "This is easily one of the best songs of the year. Dababy im ready for some even more insane songs," wrote another. All comments can be accessed here.
Earlier this month DaBaby had lashed out at his peers. Taking to his Instagram stories, he ranted about how rappers didn't want to collaborate with him because he's the best in the game. “Best mf rapper & I’m on ALLLAT shit these [N-word] LIE about,” DaBaby declared in an Instagram Stories post on June 7. “I’m him frfr. If a [N-word] ain’t tryna work with the real thang he SCARED. The best supposed to compete w/ the best These [N-word] just TALK like they like dat SHUUUUT UP.”