Last night, the Billboard Music Awards were held at Staples Center last night as more audiences were in-person there as awards were revealed outside. The Weeknd dominated the night as he was nominated for 16 awards, and ended up taking home 10. DaBaby ended up being the second-most nominated artists as he had 11. The Charlotte rapper ended up winning in two categories, which were Top Rap Song and Top Streaming Song. This was for his chart-topping “Rockstar” single, featuring Roddy Ricch.
DaBaby Wants To Get On A Song With Drake
DaBaby continues to shoot for the sky as after the BBMAs, he spoke with Entertainment Tonight. There, he revealed his desire to work with Drake on a song, as this has yet to happen, aside from the two appearing on Lil Yachty‘s “Oprah’s Bank Account” single in early 2020. At this point, DaBaby says that he’s ready to work and that it’s up to Drake for this collaboration to get the green light.
“Everybody. Going crazy, working hard, man,” DaBaby said. “Drake, I’m waiting on you, my boy. Still ain’t got in that blender, man. I’m waiting on you, man. Waiting on a good time.”
DaBaby Gives Thanks For His Two BBMAs Wins
DaBaby also spoke on how appreciative he is of these two BBMAs. wins. He shouted out his team and revealed that this is the result of putting in the work. This comes after having two major years for his music in 2019 and 2020.
“This feels amazing. It’s nothing short of a blessing man,” said DaBaby. “Me and my team, everybody around me know we work hard. Nonstop.”
BBMAs Accidentally Played Wrong Version Of ‘Rockstar’
When DaBaby won Top Rap Song for his “Rockstar” single at the BBMAs, there was an usual viral moment that came along with it. When DaBaby was going on stage to accept the award, the problem was that Post Malone’s “Rockstar” was playing as opposed to his. DaBaby didn’t seem bothered at all though as he was on stage and seemed full of energy and embracing his big night. On social media though, many viewers definitely noticed and wondered what had happened.
DaBaby Scored Another Number One Album In 2020
DaBaby‘s “Rockstar” single initially appeared on his thirs studio album, “Blame It On Baby.” It wasn’t originally a lead single, but fans loved the record so much that this ended up being the case. It soon soared to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and is 5x platinum in the US. DaBaby’s Blame It On Baby album also hit number one on the Billboard 200 chart and is also platinum in the US.