DaBaby Announces 'Blame It On Baby' Upgrade

HipHop News Posted on July 31, 2020 at 8:40am

DaBaby Announces 'Blame It On Baby' Upgrade

He's following the 2020 trend and giving his album the deluxe edition treatment.

DaBaby is joining the deluxe edition trend by releasing an expanded version of his Blame It On Baby album. But according to the Interscope Records artist, fans can basically treat it as a new LP.

“TUESDAY Blame it on Baby #DELUXE,” he wrote. “#10NewHITS Don’t tell the label I told you this but it’s not a ‘Deluxe’ …it’s #ReallyABrandNewAlbum.”.centered-ad {

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TUESDAY😳 Blame it on Baby #DELUXE 🔥 #10NewHITS Don’t tell the label I told you this but it’s not a “Deluxe” …it’s #ReallyABrandNewAlbum 🤫

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The original version of Blame It On Baby dropped on April 17 and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The album spawned the hit single “ROCKSTAR,” which became DaBaby’s first song to reach the top of the Hot 100. The Roddy Ricch-assisted track has spent seven weeks at No. 1 since it ascended the chart in June.

DaBaby’s deluxe edition of his third studio album will add 10 tracks. The initial release of Blame It On Baby featured 13 cuts with guest appearances by Megan Thee Stallion, Future, Quavo and YoungBoy Never Broke Again, among others.


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