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DaBaby

DaBaby is known as an American rapper and songwriter. He is most famous for his single "Suge".

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Background and Age

Jonathan Lyndale Kirk was born on December 22, 1991 in Cleveland, OH. By the age of six, he relocated to Charlotte, North Carolina and spent his youthfulness engaged in street gang life. In December 2014, Kirk settled on a fast choice to turn into a rapper, taking the name Baby Jesus and giving his NonFiction mixtape to the streets a month later. Rapper DaBaby dove recklessly into music, making a sharp abandon from negligible wrongdoing and lawful issues to seeking after rap full-time with no past experience.

Wife and Kids

DaBaby has two children, a son and a little girl. He has not revealed any information about the identity of his children's mother.

Career and Net Worth

Starting in 2015 under the name Baby Jesus and before changing that to DaBaby, the North Carolina rapper trapped the music business with steady mixtape discharges, causing a ripple effect with tracks like 2016's "Light Show" and hyped performances at South by Southwest in 2015 and 2017. His style became progressively harder and increasingly forceful as his discography extended, with melodic and lighthearted streams getting increasingly sure and fluid by 2018's Blank mixtape.

DaBaby started becoming well known for his instinctive live performances. Kirk changed his name to DaBaby, venturing to such an extreme as to clarify the political reasons for this choice in the verses to "DaBaby (Intro)," a short prologue to 2016's God's Work Resurrected, his first mixtape under the new moniker. This discharge featured an appearance from Boosie Badazz and started to draw in the consideration of fans and companions the same. Various mixtapes followed in the coming months, with 2017 offering Billion Dollar Baby, Baby Talk, Baby Talk 2, 3, and 4.

In November of 2018, while shopping with his family at a Walmart in Huntersville, North Carolina, Kirk was approached by a few men. A squabble happened and gunfire followed, bringing about the passing of 19-year-old Jalyn Domonique Craig. Kirk, while associated with the incident, didn't confess to shooting the deadly shots and was not accused of any wrongdoing associated with the episode. DaBaby's territorial praise and perpetual hustle prompted a significant record deal in 2019 when he signed on with Interscope.

In November 2019, DaBaby performed at the Camp Flog Gnaw festival in Los Angeles. The show created some juicy buzz when Drake made a surprise appearance but got booed off the stage by the crowd.


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Last Modified: Jun 29 2020
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