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DaBaby is a rapper, a musician and social media star famous for a few hits of his. Born Jonathan Lyndale Kirk in 1991 in Cleveland but spent his childhood in North Carolina where his family moved when he was 8 years old. He started rapping in the late 2000s when he was in high school, and initially, he was known as Baby Jesus. He released his first mixtape in 2015 called NonFiction. His further mixtapes, which he has released about a dozen, had similar names basing on expressions God's Work and Baby Talk. DaBaby's first studio album came out in early 2019 and was immediately followed by the second album released in the fall of the same year. His most famous singles are titled "Suge", "Up the Street", "Today", "Baby Jesus", and a few more. He performs on stage quite a lot and sometimes collaborates with other rappers like Offset, Rich the Kid, etc. He used to date another hip hop star DaniLeigh.

DaBaby aka Baby Jesus is an American rapper out of Charlotte, North Carolina. His standout singles include “Light Show,” “First Day Out,” and “Above The Rim” featuring Money Man. Consistently releasing new projects, he is well known for his “Baby Talk” mixtape series. Real name, Jonathan Kirk, he was born on December 22, 1991, in Cleveland, Ohio. At the age of 6, he relocated and settled in Charlotte, North Carolina. He grew up in the rough streets and often had run-ins with the law. Over the years, Baby developed quite the track record. From driving with a revoked driver’s license to illegal possession of marijuana, he got arrested on various occasions. He got into music with the sole purpose of helping people. Baby wanted a way to touch and influence people’s lives and saw music as the answer. In December 2014, he started rapping seriously. He first adopted the moniker Baby Jesus, but later changed his stage name to DaBaby. The reason: the name was viewed by many to be conflicting, flag raising, and incompatible with the industry. (Source: www.famousbirthsdeaths.com)

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On March 1, 2019, Kirk's debut studio album Baby on Baby, was released via Interscope Records. He is also signed to South Coast Music Group and has a joint contract with both labels. The thirteen-track project features guest appearances from Offset, Rich Homie Quan, Rich the Kid and Stunna 4 Vegas. Baby on Baby debuted at number 25 on the Billboard 200 albums chart in the United States. Kirk's song "Suge", debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 87 on the chart dated April 13, 2019, and later reached the top 10, on the chart dated June 8, 2019. DaBaby was featured on the cover of XXL's Freshman Class of 2019.

In August 2019, he announced that his second album would be titled Kirk, a tribute to his last name. It was released on September 27, and debuted atop the United States Billboard 200. Its sole single, "Intro", was also successful, peaking at number 13 on the United States Billboard Hot 100 chart. Around that time, DaBaby also made notable appearances on singles such as Post Malone's "Enemies", which peaked at number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100, and on the remixes to YG's "Stop Snitchin", Lizzo's "Truth Hurts", and Lil Nas X's "Panini", released on May 24, August 23, and September 13, 2019, respectively. On October 24, he made a cameo appearance in the music video for up-and-coming rapper Rich Dunk's breakthrough single "High School". (Source: youtube.fandom.com)

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Since the start of 2019, DaBaby has been dominating hip-hop music with a series of hits. “Suge,” his hottest single yet, has posted staggering numbers. Unveiled in March of 2019, the “juggernaut of tracks” has been streamed over 450 million times in just 7 months. He collaborated with Megan Thee Stallion on “Cash Shit” and Quality Control & Lil Baby on “Baby.” On October 7, 2019, Billboard announced that DaBaby’s latest album “Kirk” clinched the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 chart. A major achievement, it becomes the rapper’s first top-ranked album. Most, if not all, of the album’s tracks, are ranked on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. DaBaby was also crowned best new hip-hop artist at the 2019 BET Awards.

DaBaby is a rapper, a musician and social media star famous for a few hits of his. Born Jonathan Lyndale Kirk in 1991 in Cleveland but spent his childhood in North Carolina where his family moved when he was 8 years old. He started rapping in the late 2000s when he was in high school, and initially, he was known as Baby Jesus. He released his first mixtape in 2015 called NonFiction. His further mixtapes, which he has released about a dozen, had similar names basing on expressions God's Work and Baby Talk. DaBaby's first studio album came out in early 2019 and was immediately followed by the second album released in the fall of the same year. His most famous singles are titled "Suge", "Up the Street", "Today", "Baby Jesus", and a few more. He performs on stage quite a lot and sometimes collaborates with other rappers like Offset, Rich the Kid, etc. He used to date another hip hop star DaniLeigh. (Source: www.myagecalculator.com)

 

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