DaBaby has been one of the hottest artists of 2020 as he’s had a No. 1 album as well as a No. 1 single. The Charlotte rapper originally broke out as a star in 2019 with the release of his “Suge” single and debut studio album, “Baby On Baby.”
Baby’s momentum skyrocketed into 2020 as he has now closed the year with a bang. He has officially been named Media Base’s most played artist on Urban Radio.
DaBaby Celebrates Announcement On Instagram
The other two spots on the Urban Radio chart are Lil Baby and Roddy Ricch, who’ve both had an epic year as well. DaBaby has collaborated with both as well. Roddy was featured on the “Rockstar” single which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
DaBaby Won Big With ‘Blame It On Baby’ Album And ‘Rockstar’ Single
DaBaby put out his “Find My Way” single before his third studio album, “Blame It On Baby,” was released. His Rockstar single was then discovered on that project and just took off. It soon reached that top spot on the Hot 100. Both this record along with the album has achieved platinum status this year.
Baby went on to put out the deluxe edition in the summer which contained 10 additional tracks. In 2019, DaBaby released two albums in total. Both of those went platinum this year. The “Kirk” album paid homage to his father as this certification came a year to the day that he passed away.
DaBaby Handed Out Presents To Over 200 Children In Charlotte For Christmas
DaBaby has also been giving back in his hometown of Charlotte for Christmas. According to WBTV 3, he handed out presents to over 200 children in the city. This was part of his second annual “Billion Dollar Baby Christmas” event. These included toys and household items.
“2020 has been hard on all of us,” Baby said to the news outlet at the event. “Anything that I can do to make the load lighter on my city – I’m going to step up and do it,” DaBaby shared.
DaBaby Also Helped Feed The Homeless For Thanksgiving
DaBaby looked out for the Charlotte community for Thanksgiving as well as he helped feed the homeless, according to WBTV 3. He turned a parking lot into an outdoor restaurant. This took place at AerialCLT on 801 North Tryon Street from 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. The event was titled “WE ALL EAT.”
Baby’s Billion Dollar Baby Entertainment record label, South Coast Music Group, and others helped to sponsor this generous event. Bags filled with essential items such as gloves, masks, toothbrushes, toilet tissue, lotion, socks, Vaseline, and hand sanitizer were also given.